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Gifts for Wedding


Unique Gifts for a Wedding: Discover Bosa!

Have you been invited to a wedding and don't know what to give the couple? A Bosa product can be an excellent choice. We are a modern and innovative artisanal ceramic Maison, where each object conveys timeless artistic beauty. Our craftsmen, thanks to their skills, will be able to offer you the best wedding gift ideas. In fact, today, classic artifacts such as functional household items are among the most requested wedding gifts. In our assortment, you will definitely find something suitable, thanks to the wide selection of decorations and patterns we offer. Let's discover together our best-selling items for wedding gifts!

Giulietta and Romeo, an indelible love

If the couple loves cooking and appreciates practical objects, you might consider the Giulietta and Romeo collection with its elegant set of plates for two people. This service is unique for its geometric shapes, a cube and a sphere that can be taken apart and reassembled at will, telling the fascinating love story of Romeo and Juliet through the creativity of designer Riccardo Schweizer. For an even more special gift, you could accompany the set with the Cubo Bibita collection, a set of glasses with a tray and two jugs with perfect lines, essential forms, and space-saving, thanks to interlocking games. With just these two products, you can amaze them by giving them something they have never seen before, leaving everyone speechless!

Owls, bearers of luck

In many cultures, owls and owlets are considered symbols of wisdom, intelligence, and stunning beauty. Owls articles, with their elegance, become daily bearers of luck. Is there a better wish for the newlyweds?

A tender embrace

If, on the other hand, you had something more practical and versatile in mind, our Umbravase vases might be what you're looking for! Available in different shades of matte or glossy enamel, these products are characterized by an embracing shape that holds the flowers as if lovingly embracing them, just like the couple celebrating their love. And that's not all! Did you know that, in addition to keeping up with the latest trends, they can be transformed into elegant umbrella stands? Their versatility is one of the distinctive features of every Bosa item! Be inspired by our selection of delicate ceramics and choose the one that best reflects the taste and personality of the couple! Just keep in mind that when choosing a wedding gift, you should not only consider one person's preferences but both.

According to us at Bosa, couple gifts, especially those for the home, are the perfect solution to surprise the couple with something that symbolizes their union. Visit our website or our social media channels to discover and purchase our finest creations: we are certain that you will love the chosen gifts so much that when it's your turn, you will create your wedding registry with us! Or, if you have already found your better half, you will already have the inspiration ready for when your special moment arrives.

Artisan Ceramics


Artisan Ceramics: the fascinating world of handmade

What is more beautiful than a handmade product packaged with great care and passion? Creating an article in maiolica is a long and patient process that can encounter many obstacles and failures along the way. Let's see together how artisanal ceramics are made!

Modeling and drying: transforming raw materials into spectacular masterpieces

The first phase involves the processing, which can be done using techniques such as coil building, slab construction, or with the help of a pottery wheel. Once the desired shape is achieved, the material needs to dry to reach the ideal consistency, known as 'leather-hard.' Drying involves removing the water from the clay through evaporation. The required drying times are not always the same (typically ranging from 10 to 20 days), and they can vary depending on the thickness and size of the product.

This stage is very delicate, as it is likely that our work may break or get damaged. Years of experience from our staff allow us to implement essential precautions to make these unpleasant incidents impossible.

Bisque firing: from fragile to durable

Once the 'leather-hard' stage is reached, the artifact is refined and sponge-smoothed to eliminate any imperfections and impurities. At this point, it is ready for the first firing, called 'bisque firing.' The firing times vary depending on the size of the piece, and the object can only be removed from the kiln after it has completely cooled down. At this moment, the object transitions from fragile to durable!

Glazing: a complex technique

If everything has gone well so far, we move on to glazing, a technique that requires meticulousness, practice, and expertise. Before proceeding, the product must be carefully dusted to remove any residue with compressed air or a slightly damp sponge, but caution must be exercised to avoid rubbing before glazing. Residues on the hands could, in fact, close the pores, preventing the even absorption of the glaze. During this procedure, it is essential to carefully apply the right and uniform amount of glaze to the surface to prevent imperfections from forming after firing. Each item is immersed in the liquid glaze and cleaned, with any necessary refinements, to achieve the highest quality. At this point, it is ready to be handed over to the decorators, who will add color and style to the creation.

Bosa offers an incomparable range of colors as this process is carried out solely with products from our workshop.

The only limit to decoration is imagination

Subsequently, decoration can be carried out, which, in our case, is done by hand. It is important to determine the exact color density to counteract any imperfections. After that, the already glazed and decorated artifact becomes maiolica.

The genesis of our product is completed

Next, the final firing takes place, during which the glazes and colors fuse at 720°C, ensuring their authenticity and making the decoration indelible and resistant to atmospheric agents. After this final stage, the object is ready to be displayed and admired by our customers! Our ceramics are entirely handmade, and it is precisely this aspect that makes them unique and precious. Of course, being a living material, it is possible for unexpected events to occur at any time during the process, but it is these challenges that make the ceramist even more determined and passionate about what they do.

If reading this article has conveyed our passion to you and you are curious to see our unique and high-quality products, hurry and visit our website to discover all the Made in Italy items that the world of Bosa offers you!

viva magenta



It's the most wonderful time of the year: Pantone has finally announced the main color of 2023! The year that's just begun will still bear the mark of many uncertainties and difficulties inherited from its predecessor and that's why we'll have to face it with a new spirit. The color of 2023 had therefore to be loaded with an intense, strong and vital shade like Magenta. Let's find it out together!

Viva Magenta wants to embody the combative, organic and resilient energy of those who use it in their works and it is thanks to these characteristics that the world of art, fashion and design already love it. It is a hybrid crimson red tone, neither warm nor cold, like its conceptual structure which lies between the physical and the virtual.

In a historical period where technology prevails and in which we increasingly seek inspiration from nature and from what is tangible, the new Pantone 18-1750 derives from the family of the cochineal red, one of the most precious natural dyes, as well as one of the most pigmented and brilliant ever discovered. With its strong roots linked to the primordial, it is a nuance that reconnects us to the original material capable of galvanizing the spirit, helping us to be even more daring and courageous. This dynamic mix exudes rebellion, without limiting softness: Viva Magenta, in fact, embodies an expression of grace that aims to inspire us, while inviting us to introduce ourselves with trust and humanity to others, trying to work on ourselves to deepen our empathy.

This shade therefore aims to unite the cold technological reality that grips today's society with the natural desire for company and courage that has always distinguished manhood. That's something incredible, isn't it? At Bosa, year after year, we are always fascinated by the multiple meanings that a "simple" color can convey!

Moreover, did you know that to celebrate the birth of the new color Pantone has also organized an exhibition in collaboration with Artechouse of Miami? It is an immersive experience that combines traditional forms of exhibition with rooms completely designed by the Midjourney artificial intelligence!

Has Viva Magenta already managed to conquer you? Have you already thought about which of your rooms it could embellish? If the answer to both questions is yes, all you have to do is discover all the red proposals of the Maison Bosa! Visit our online shop, a world where Made in Italy and creativity await you and will leave you speechless!

Pantone 1755C


Pantone 1755 C: the most ancient colour on Earth

The Pantone Colour System is a standardised colour matching system that every year, in December, announces the eagerly awaited colour of the Year, i.e. a trend prediction of the colour that will be most used in many sectors, starting from design and fashion. 2023 will be the year of Viva Magenta, but lately a nuance has managed to arouse magical suggestions and a profound reflection in us: the colour of Biodiversity!

Pantone, as we all know, is famous for defending and promoting the rights of both the environment and individuals through the definition of "special" colours, designed with the aim of raising awareness on important issues or transferring complex concepts. This is the case of Pantone 1755 C, the colour of Biodiversity, whose vibrant pink tone takes inspiration from the oldest pigment on Earth, discovered in marine sedimentary rocks, and more particularly in some fossils belonging to ancient organisms in West Africa.

This Pantone is inspired by an extract from rocks from the depths of the Sahara desert because, as Dr. Nur Gueneli of the ANU Research School of Earth Sciences explains “the bright pink pigments are molecular fossils of chlorophyll produced by ancient photosynthetic organisms that lived in a ancient ocean that is long gone.”

The goal of the colour of Biodiversity is then to convey a strong awareness-raising message to people and institutions, inviting everyone to think about the risks of our actions on the loss of biological diversity. We all know, in fact, how "biodiversity is the variety of living species on earth, plants, animals and microorganisms and the ecosystems they form, which create an earthly balance that supports all life", but often we do not act accordingly.

Moreover, this colour reminds us of the advantage we would all take by reconnecting with nature both with our spirit and our actions. Why do we like it so much, in addition to its special meaning? Simply put, because it's pink! In fact, not everyone knows that pink's different shades have a calming effect on us and help our creativity by giving positivity, inspiring comforting feelings and instilling in us a warm feeling of optimism. In short, the Pantone 1755 C knows how to restore emotional energies that alleviate any emotion of discouragement or anger, especially in complicated moments.

And you, what do you think of Pantone 1755 C? Would you use it for your home or would you prefer to opt for different colours? Whatever your taste may be, discover all the Maison Bosa proposals to decorate your rooms with your favourite colours!

Primates Kandti


Biophilic design: when life becomes inspiration

Lately a deep interest has arisen in the terms Biophilia and Biophilic Design. If you've never heard of them, here's an in-depth analysis on an extremely contemporary theme!

According to Biophilia, one cannot live a healthy life away from nature and man needs this direct contact as much as he needs food and oxygen. This last frontier of design thinking has always existed, but has only been theorised for a few decades. In summary, the term Biophilia defines pure love for life, because what is a vital instinct favors the development of both the psyche and human behavior. As humans, in fact, we have an innate propensity towards what is alive and manifests itself through a constant search for contact with the elements of the natural and animal world.

This thought permeating our lives, ça va sans dire, can only be reflected in design and this is precisely the origin of biophilic design, which is based on the idea of connection between man and nature in artificial spaces, both indoors and outdoor, through the use of materials and colors that recall nature, as well as surfaces with rounded lines that reflect the characteristics of plants and water. At the Maison Bosa, we are always up-to-date on news and trends in our field, so we created some collections inspired by nature and the animal world, in full compliance with these theories. Let's find them out together!

Domsai, the origin of man

The Domsai are loyal advisors to keep on your office desk, to remind us that plants have a soul as well as their own personality. A small greenhouse that increases the desire to create, and work and have fun.

Owls, the little observants

There is a magical and mysterious world that comes to mind when we observe these beautiful creatures that bring luck, the only ones to have big front eyes like us humans: owls!

Primates Kandti, the wild man

The monkey is the animal that most evokes man in the shape of its body, in its looks and in its movements: a powerful similarity that fascinates us and that inspired the project, which evokes our bond with our true origin.

These are just a few examples: let yourself be inspired by the unmistakable style of Maison Bosa's design products, browse our online catalog and discover all our creations!

Milan Design Week


Milan Design Week: a hymn to orange in all its forms

Milan Design Week, ça va sans dire, is the most awaited event of the year for the furniture sector because it encompasses art, design and fashion in all their contaminations. This year it was more special than ever, because it marked the return of live events and brought many people to visit the stands of international artists and designers. Wandering around the fair, we identified the undisputed protagonist of this year: orange, with its immediacy that leaves no room for any reasoned consideration and represents a trend that we will certainly hear about in the upcoming months.

This blend of passion and positivity turns into a luminous color that implies energy, lightheartedness, reassurance and a great desire to live! And we, as promoters of joy and happiness, collected our best products in this trendy shade, let's discover them together!

Issima! when old meets new

Ancient and contemporary shapes draw sinuous landscapes with soft colors, capable of enriching your table for lunches or dinners and much more! It's an easy way to show your attention to detail, according to the most up-to-date fashion!

Infinity Clock, a dance that follows time

The hands and their cycles create a visual dance that constantly evolves, thanks to rotations combined with the swirling oscillations of the clock. With their dynamism, they remind us that this moment is unique and real and that it is therefore essential to live it to the fullest!

Momonsters, the representation of emotions

Some emotional states, sometimes forgotten, are connected to events that have occurred, to our short life experiences or simple, even insignificant, actions that generate a memory. Our monsters are the image of these fleeting and past emotions, as well as the key to recollect them in our minds. The term "monster" is in fact not derogatory at all: in Latin it means prodigy, something extraordinary, just as extraordinary it is to remember the emotions that emanate from sensations and places!

If you want to add an original touch to your home and keep up with current trends, you can find these creations in different shades of orange, as well as in many other colors! Browse our online catalogue, discover our creations and find the artwork that best represents you!


Milano Design Week 2022

Milano Design Week 2022



The iconic Smiley® icon is 50 years old and, to celebrate this important anniversary, Bosa is pleased to present new objets d’art: two special editions of its DAB PENGUIN designed by Vittorio Gennari, released alongside a limited edition set of 3 SPHERES decorated by artist André Saraiva especially for this occasion.

DAB PENGUIN ‘wears’ the iconic smile in two different versions by Smiley® Design Studio, both of which highlight the artistic and ideological affinity of two companies that have always spread joy and positive energy through their distinctive creations.

The first, Happy Penguin, has a multitude of smiles cleverly positioned to emphasize the interplay of light and shadow which defines his three-dimensional ceramic structure. The result? A veritable cascade of happiness to enliven the everyday, coupled with a profound message: true richness lies in having a warm, open attitude, capable of enriching the people and the world around us. Flex Penguin, on the other hand, takes us back to the origins of the dab, a pose that came up in the American hip hop scene (which his diamond necklace ironically refers to). A simple gesture that, since its invention, has symbolized affirmation and the courage to be yourself!

Finally, the limited edition set of 3 spheres: with their exuberant combination of hues, icons and graffiti, they make every space playful and colourful, conveying a message of resistance despite the problems and difficulties that we face every day. It’s a great mantra to keep in mind, right?

With this tribute to the famous Smiley® icon, Bosa is sending out an extremely positive message: let’s remember to practice the art of cheerfulness every day, never give up, and always take the time to smile!


Paris 24-28th March 2022

Paris 24th 28th March 2022
Bosa Smiley


The small domestic sculptures "smile" for the 50th Anniversary of Smiley

The small domestic sculptures, best seller of Bosa's catalog, "smile" thanks to the bright colors and funny graphics by André Saraiva for the 50th Anniversary of Smiley. Set of 3 spheres (ø20xh.19, ø16xh.15, ø10xh.9) made of ceramic and colored enamels. Limited edition, handmade in Italy in Bosa high craftsmanship workshop.
Very Peri



The choice of the Pantone Color of the Year is the result of a careful evaluation and analysis of trends: therefore, each year the experts of the Pantone Color Institute conduct an in-depth search for new influences in terms of color. These influences can come from the most varied fields: they can, in fact, derive from new technologies, or textures as well as from social media platforms. Are you ready to discover the 2022 color of the year?

2022 will be characterised by Very Peri, a brave color that stimulates inventiveness, shows a carefree confidence and a bold curiosity capable of activating creativity. The curious and intriguing Pantone of the year helps us embrace this altered landscape of possibilities, opening the doors to an unprecedented vision of our lives and placing the future under a new light.

We live in an age of continuous transformations and as we emerge from an intense period of isolation, which has led to a change in our notions and our lifestyles and that now lead us to create new real and digital lives. Digital design helps us to extend the limits of reality, opening the door to a virtual world where you can explore and have new possibilities. An example? The much talked about Metaverse, thanks to which digital artists can create a modern life in the physical world and vice versa.

"The Pantone Color of the Year reflects what is happening in our global culture, expressing what people are looking for in a color they hope to be the answer. By creating a new color for the first time in the history of our educational color program, we reflect innovation and the global transformation taking place. As society continues to recognise color as a fundamental form of communication and a way of expressing, influencing and creating ideas and emotions, of involvement and connection, the complexity of this new red-purple-infused blue hue highlights the boundless possibilities that unfold ahead of us. ” said Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute.

Embracing the qualities of blues but at the same time possessing a purple-red undertone, Very Peri displays a lively and joyful attitude, a dynamic presence with great imaginative expressiveness. No wonder, therefore, of the magnetism and appeal of this new shade. Are you ready to let yourself be fascinated by it?




Every year, as Christmas approaches, the race for gifts also begins. Have you already thought about what to give to your loved ones and friends? Bosa is here to provide you with some suggestions!

For those who love design and are always up-to-date with the latest home trends, a unique piece of furniture can truly be an unforgettable gift. Our products are not simple pieces of furniture but are the result of the creativity of our artists and the hand of our masters of ceramics, who put all their expertise into creating unique pieces.

Let's take a look at our fantastic collections together, shall we?

Here are some ideas by Bosa to amaze relatives and friends and with something special:

If you are looking for an exclusive and unique surprise, the Sphere collection is perfect for modern and precise people who love to experiment and put themselves in the game. Designed to be arranged in an orderly or in a messy way, above a table or even on a bookcase, these playful and colorful spheres give a playful and lively touch to any empty space.

Are you looking for a gift for a person who loves cooking, who is always in a hurry and needs practical objects to minimize wasted time without giving up on well-finished aesthetics? If the answer is yes, discover the Twins collection: a single cruet that can contain two different products. Brilliant, isn't it?

If, on the other hand, the gift you are looking for is for a nature lover, the Primates series of vases will be absolutely perfect: their refined ceramic and their details and colorful textures will surprise anyone.

These are just a few examples, discover all the collections in the fantastic world of Bosa and let yourself be inspired for your most heartfelt Christmas gifts!




Color, joy and cheerfulness were the keywords of the setting staged by Bosa at the Supersalone in Milan, where there were many characters from the imaginative Maison. Alongside the most famous vases, tables and décor accessories, a place of honor was reserved for Mickey and Minnie, the most iconic products designed by Jaime Hayon. Let's find out more together!

Mickey Mouse is a character with a determined and optimistic personality who manages to conquer all kinds of audiences. Since his debut in 1928, he has been the ambassador of the Walt Disney Company.

The 90th anniversary of his birth took place in 2018 and Disney wanted to celebrate him through numerous events and initiatives around the world. Bosa and the designer Elena Salmistraro were chosen to represent Italy: in her collaboration with the brand, in fact, the creator of numerous best sellers imagined the famous mouse with shorts with strong street-art decorations combined with studded nails and shoes, as well as three-dimensional textures that transform this character into a modern metropolitan hero.

Such an important occasion, however, obviously required an exceptional companion for Mickey and who better than Minnie could have occupied the space next to the birthday boy? In fact, the protagonist of the Supersalone exhibition space was Minnie Urban Minerva, who arrived to support Mickey Forever Young!

With Minnie, Elena Salmistraro has reinvented another iconic Disney character, a modern metropolitan goddess, full of energy and with an ultra-fashion look with her big bow. Minnie is entirely made of ceramic and embellished with glazes and bright colors that perfectly convey all her liveliness and joy. Thanks to the three-dimensional patterns and the special glossy / matt effects, an extremely modern look was created for her: short red jacket, leggings with street art decorations, huge rings and bracelets and the very famous super glam polka dot miniskirt.

Throughout 2021, the two Disney outsiders will be available in limited editions: unique objects, with small imperfections in the ceramic surface, tangible proof of the work done entirely by hand to create them, as well as a manifestation of attention to the quality of the material and the care for smaller details.

Discover Mickey and Minnie, as well as all the imaginative ceramic collections signed by Bosa Trade!


Milano Design Week 2021

Milano Design Week 2021


Milano Design Week 2019





MAISON & OBJET PARIS 19th to 23rd Jan 2018

New collections, new colors, new decorations. MAISON & OBJET Now! design à vivre: international, inspirational, essential. A journey to discover the unexpected. A springboard for brand growth. A forecast of the future of living. Villepinte Exhibition Centre, Paris - Hall 7, stand F55 19th to 23rd January 2018



HALL 16 STAND E39 A precious ceramic enchanted forest at the Salone del Mobile. Bosa showcases an ancestral universe, populated by spectacular zoomorphic vases, lamps and decor items, with a strong iconographic impact, enclosed in a ceramic quilt of classy three-dimensional surfaces. 4-9 April 2017 Milano fairgrounds, Rho


MAISON & OBJET PARIS 20th to 24th Jan 2017

International, inspirational, essential. MAISON & OBJET: the trade show that is experience - a journey to discover the unexpected. MAISON & OBJET: the trade show that builds business - a springboard for brand growth. MAISON & OBJET: the trade show that knows - a forecast of the future of living.














Bosa Shop
Puesme Home
(Spazio Agorà 47)
Cittadella -Pd



Maison & Objet
Now! Design a vivre
Villepinte Exhibition Centre Paris
Hall 8 Stand D20
23-27 January 2015




a cura di Silvana Annicchiarico
Triennale di Milano
13 gennaio-22 febbraio 2015