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About Fortunata

The Fortunata ceramics company creates hand-crafted, one-of-a-kind decorative pieces identifiable by their distressed, antique appearance. Uneven glazing gives Fortunata pottery its weathered look, while color and size variations add to each piece’s uniqueness. Though most of its pieces are intended for home display only, Fortunata does produce several lines of dinnerware — from the bright, cheerful Festa series to the texturally rough, subdued-toned Casa Mia collection. For sea lovers, the Mediterraneo and Michelangelo lines depict underwater scenes where playful starfish and crab, rendered in bas-relief, frolic among underwater flora — a perfect combination of functional and fun.

Past Sales Featuring Fortunata

Sale Ended May 31, 2012

Up to 80% Off: Bowls & Serveware Blowout

Distinguished by sound design and tactile materials, these bowls, platters, and more make beautiful accents whether you’re entertaining guests or just having a quiet dinner at home with your dog. And, at these discounts, you can really stock up.

Sale Ended February 23, 2012

Gifts for the Host & Hostess

host & hostess

Sale Ended October 12, 2012

Best Gifts Under $100

Best Under $50

Sale Ended May 24, 2012

"Revenge": Emily's Beach House

The Hamptons was Emily Thorne’s old neighborhood, until something happened that destroyed her family and their reputation. Years later, she has returned to right those wrongs.<br><br> While it's a lot smaller than Grayson Estate next door, Emily’s beach house is no shack. It’s the epitome of laid-back yet luxurious East End style. This sale includes authentic props from the set of <i>Revenge</i>; the most well-known is the porch swing, originally built by Emily’s father. You’ll also find the pedestal table found on the patio, and a candlestick from the living room. We’ve complemented these props with accents, from artful dishware to sconce lights. <i>No celebrity endorsement implied.</i>