By means of the history of the Venetian velvet we made for the Kremlin we tell you how difficult the production of luxury velvet fabrics can be
Tessitura Bevilacqua took part in the International Furniture Fair in Milan with some new luxury fabrics for upholstery and cushions in soft colour variants
Tessitura Bevilacqua has produced fabrics for upholstery for Iris and Carl Apfel, too, interior designers and founders of Old World Weavers
The Senatori velvet was inspired by the old gowns of Venetian Senators: why was reproducing them difficult for handwoven velvet manufacturers?
One of our weavers tells her experience and what it means producing Venetian velvets on handlooms, to understand their value
Today we’re taking a trip to a theatre, and a little back in time. Because we’re going to tell you how the soprarizzo Decó Göteborg velvet was born. So we have to pop over to Sweden. Swedish fabric designs on Italian furnishing fabrics A pair of months ago we went to...
How did the production of jacquard fabrics change textile industry and make the weaving of all kinds of luxury fabrics much easier? Here’s the answer
At the Tempo Italiano festival in Stockholm we showed the Italian fabrics for upholstery we produced for Swedish palaces in the 1920s
Who were the first upholstery fabric manufacturers at Bevilacqua’s? Here’s how our history as one of the oldest Italian fabric mills began
Here’s where the production of cloth of gold – i.e. fabrics with golden threads in them – comes from, how they’re produced and where they’re used today
Some of Bevilacqua’s luxury furnishing fabrics show Swedish motifs, thanks to Maja Sjöström and to the family’s connection with Sweden
Tessiture Bevilacqua has been producing Venetian fabrics since 1700: so the Italian Chambers of Commerce named it Historical company of Italy