The Fumisteria Vigorelli, established in the late 1880s, has been passed on for four generations. A few steps away from Colonne di San Lorenzo, Giuseppe Vigorelli and his wife Marisa are now creating fireplace and stove frames in marble, wood, cast iron and stone, both in modern and retro style. They are working with their children Barbara and Federico.
They also offer their expertise for consultancy, maintenance and conservation services. In their laboratory, antique cast iron chemneys and heaters from the XIX century are displayed. This precious collection is the result of many years of research and restoration works.
The love of the Vigorelli family for this rare and ancient craft has kept the tradition alive for more than a century.
Photo credit: Dario Garofalo