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Bucchero, produced in the centers of ancient Etruria, is a ceramic body made ​​from a shiny black and very fine clay.
The production of bucchero in Gubbio was introduced by Polidoro Benveduti in 1928. He retained the typical characteristics of the Etruscan style.
The forging, drying and browning are the first phases for the machining of this ceramic: the article is subjected to rifinura with sandpaper and steel wool, is subsequently polished the surface of the object with slats of boxwood.