Stamperia Bertozzi is a three-generation Italian family business renowned for their stampe a mano block-printed linens for the home. Bertozzi’s magnificent colors derive from vegetal bases and are concocted from secret recipes passed down for the last half-century. The results are products layered with distinct brayer lines and brush strokes in a rich variety of colors suited to all seasons and occasions.

Founded in 1920, Bertozzi now employs a collective of more than 20 artisans for their completely hand made process. Pear-tree wood blocks are hand chiseled to create distinctly unique, sophisticated and playful motifs using traditional Italian block-print techniques dating back hundreds of years. Through continuous research and experimentation, Bertozzi has expanded over time to print on different materials, including hand-built porcelain pieces. The best Limoges materials are the basis for their sturdy but modern designs.

Situated in the northern hills of Italy near the Adriatic Sea, the Bertozzi workshop in Gambettola addresses environmental sustainability and innovation by utilizing renewable energies. They also design their production to follow a made-to-order system, eliminating the excess waste of overstock products. Fabrics are treated with eco-friendly processes and research in environmentally friendly dyes is constantly carried out. Bertozzi also developed an exclusive technology to set the printed colors using only eco-friendly steam power. This integrity in design is palpable from Bertozzi, imbuing their earthy and exquisite products with a simple yet refined touch.