Capodimonte Ceramics: I Borbone Capodimonte
Discover some of the most unique ceramics inspired by the gardens and the sea life of the stunning Italian region of Campania. A true passion for the craft is behind the unique lines and aesthetic of the ceramics by I Borbone di Capodimonte located in Capodimonte, a hill in the heart of Naples where, in 1739, King Charles II founded the Royal Ceramics Factory on the side of his palace.
Capodimonte porcelain tradition is dated back to 1743, when Charles of Bourbon, ruler of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, decided to start a local porcelain production. The Royal Factory of Capodimonte was founded in the Royal Palace, located on a hill in the heart of Naples: over the time it became one of the world's greatest porcelain factory, surpassing French and German manufactures. T