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In a world of ever-changing fashions Sbordoni has, for over one hundred years, remained reassuringly constant, offering the lasting values of design, quality and craftsmanship that rise above passing trends.

In an Italian town that is the heart of the history of Italian sanitary-ware production, where pottery has been made for thousands of years, each individual piece is manufactured using high-quality vitreous china, by local craftsmen whose families have been learning and practising their skills over many generations.

Markets today are saturated with mass-produced goods. Sbordoni stands apart for the personal involvement, care and the artisan flair of its makers. The process - from the preparation of the clay, its casting, hand-finishing, glazing and selection - is the work of talented and experienced craftsmen and results in pieces with an individuality that reflects their heritage and gives them life.

A Sbordoni bathroom will bring authentic traditional design into your home, each piece unique, the result of hundreds of years of experience.

In Sbordoni is the origin of these beautiful, timeless designs and our sanitary fittings are marked with the original brand, hot-stamped on the china surface. The small differences between products, when present, confirm the craftsmanship and authenticity of our products that are all made in Italy.

Sbordoni 1910 - Palladio range.

Palladio range and Polished Brass finished taps and accessories.

Sbordoni 1910 - Neoclassica consolle with metal structure.


The Neoclassica series was designed in the 1930’s by Alessandro Sbordoni. Its minimalist lines, so pure and vigorous, draw inspiration from the Art Deco style that was taking shape at the time. Artisan workmanship using prestigious materials and the perfect harmony of forms and proportions are the outstanding features of this line; an evergreen classic style that since eight decades still weds beauty and functionality.

Sbordoni 1910 - Masaccio series.

The 1940’s witness the launching of Masaccio, a more sinuous version of the Neoclassica series. This refined alternative stands out for the classical shapes derived from Neoclassica, yet is characterized by a more sober style. This range of washbasins represents the perfect union between functional esthetics and the most celebrated Italian tradition in sanitary ware production.

Sbordoni 1910 - Palladio consolle with Sirmione furniture unit.

The Palladio line was conceived in the 1940’s by Alessandro Sbordoni, who drew inspiration from the trends in vogue at the beginning of the 20th century. Palladio’s sinuous and smooth forms lead us directly into the world of Art Nouveau, the artistic movement also known as the Liberty style. Its elegance lies in the harmony of enveloping lines and perfect proportions. Ceramic acquires smoothness and bends into sinuous shapes.

Sbordoni 1910 - Romana bathroom.

The Romana collection was designed in the seventies and, thanks to its rigorous style, characterized by straight and distinctive lines, strikes at once with the flawless proportions and the coherence of the shapes. A neat and essential style, highlighted by a complete and elegant range.

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