Terrecotte Giombi, business founded and owned by Daniele Giombi which produces clay amphora. It is located in Fratte Rosa, a township in Pesaro e Urbino province in Le Marche region on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Fratte Rosa has been producing terracottas for domestic use for hundreds of years, says Giombi. He began learning about terracotta production aged 14, in a historic and renowned workshop in Fratte Rosa. Over the years he became one of the most popular ceramists in the area. Giombi has held courses as a teacher and some of his works can be found at the Fratte Rosa ceramics museum and in his own workshop. This opened in 1996. He works by hand with the typical reddish brown clay from Fratte Rosa. He makes the classic “cocci” including: baking pans, stufarole, mufflers, and various pots. He works by hand with a lathe. He has also made wine amphora–see Broccanera.
Via della Pieve Vecchia, 6
I-61040 Fratte Rosa (PU – Pesaro Urbino), Italy