Cesare Misuri opened his artisan workshop in 1906, located in Piazza Santa Croce in Florence. Raised among leather and gravers, he became well-known in wealthy circles for his creative talents and original yet traditional products. It was meeting Count Piccolomini of Pienza that marked a turning point in his career. Cesare created several leather panels engraved, painted, and decorated in real gold for the most important hall of the count’s palace.
Since then, the production of the Misuri workshop has been handed down from generation to generation, but with the same expertise and wisdom as long ago. Today siblings Carlotta and Francesco, along with the artisans, continue to use ancient traditions and handcrafting techniques, rendering each product unique and irreplaceable. They are carrying forward the Misuri legacy, delivering to the world the Florentine Made in Italy excellence.