RUBELLI

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RUBELLI
VIA PILA 47 - 30175 VENEZIA (VE) - ITALIA
Tel: - Fax: - www.rubelli.com
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  • Rubelli saw its beginnings  in Venice in 1858, an age of Risorgimento splendour and at the height of Romanticism. The family firm produces luxury fabrics for top-end furnishings: its damask, brocade, velvet, silk and lampas enjoy fame and renown. The Rubelli story spans a century and more. Now in its fifth generation, it still today, as in the past, sets trends in the world of textile design with its always innovative and high-status products, making its name as a leader in Italy and ranking high worldwide. Rubelli Group production covers two main categories: textiles and furniture and furnishing accessories.  At the Rubelli mill in Cucciago in the province of Como most of the Rubelli …

    Rubelli saw its beginnings  in Venice in 1858, an age of Risorgimento splendour and at the height of Romanticism. The family firm produces luxury fabrics for top-end furnishings: its damask, brocade, velvet, silk and lampas enjoy fame and renown. The Rubelli story spans a century and more. Now in its fifth generation, it still today, as in the past, sets trends in the world of textile design with its always innovative and high-status products, making its name as a leader in Italy and ranking high worldwide. Rubelli Group production covers two main categories: textiles and furniture and furnishing accessories. 

    At the Rubelli mill in Cucciago in the province of Como most of the Rubelli fabrics or the fabrics are produced. With the acquisition of the Donghia brand Rubelli Group production went beyond fabrics to include also furniture, furnishing accessories and lighting. Every item of Donghia furniture is manufactured, assembled and finished by hand with carefully selected materials, giving each product a distinctive personality which renders it truly unique. The historic production plant is in the USA, while a satellite department has been created in Italy in order to meet the demand for upholstered furniture on the European market more effectively.

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