All lampshades are tailor-made in Rome, in the historical workshop in via Pacinotti n°1: since 1960 three generations of the same family have passed on traditional manufacturing techniques, and together, devised new ones.
Furthermore, the Sini family has, over the years, and to this today, worked side by side with carefully selected apprentices and workmen, to guarantee continuity and quality in our work.
Entirely handmade in our lab, from the iron frame to the handling of the fabric, making them 100 % customisable.
Working with the frame of your old lampshade, we can make a new one helping you to cut costs.
Any object can be transformed into lamp, emphasising and giving it the value it deserves, thanks to a suitable lampshade.
We repair old lamps and chandelier electrical systems, as well as lampshades, finding all the solutions that will make them functional once more.
Thanks to our experience and desire to experiment, we display unique pieces in our lab, updating them frequently
As well as unique and tailor-made pieces, we are able to provide a large quantity of lampshades for hotels, restaurants, events, and any other kind of space.
Choose the materials, customise the fabrics, and create a unique gift. And if you’d rather not make the choice yourself, select one of our gift cards.
You’ll only need to give us an image or text, and we will produce a high resolution print on the fabric of your choice.
From a concept, a sketch, or a photo, we can design a unique piece together.
For your online purchases, use our PANTONE © index to select the colour for the fabric of your lampshade.
If you'd like to see our fabrics first-hand, order our sample collection!
What do we look for when buying a gift? Originality, personalisation, uniqueness? Our lamps offer all this, as well as the value of a 100% hand-crafted item. The “Fiore di Loto” lamps are a perfect combination of these elements, and are our highest selling gift item.
In this frequently updated section, you'll find our items on sale. As we are continuously renewing our exposition, following up on new ideas, and experimenting with shapes, and colour combinations, you'll find many lampshades and lamps at a convenient price!
Come and choose the type, style, shape and colour of the lamps you want to surround yourself with: floor lamps, table lamps, wall and ceiling lampshades, can all be added to a convenient online wedding registry. And if wedding preparations have taken up all of your time, gift quotas can easily be worked out in the period following the wedding.
Would you like to try our lampshades on your lamp, but cannot come to visit our lab? Send us a picture of your lamp base, and choose which lampshade you'd like to combine it with, we'll get back to you promptly!
Our gift cards are just what you need, they'll guarantee an original, high quality, handmade product, without being too confining.
After more than 40 years of activity Patrizia Sini was awarded the title of Maestro dell’Artigianato (Master of Craftsmanship) by Rome’s mayor, Walter Veltroni. This award was proudly received, with a sense of accomplishment by all three generations of the family, as a testimony to their dedication, of the higher degree of skill attained, and of the strong bond with the city of Rome.
In 2011 Patrizia Sini received further recognition, this time from the Regione Lazio: her work in the creation of lamps and lampshades was awarded the title of “artigianato ad elevato valore artistico” (craftsmanship of higher artistic value) as well as being added to the itinerary of traditional artisan workshops of the Lazio region.
However, the first official award dates back to 1978: the “Premio Città di Roma” (City of Rome Award) announced by the press. The votes coming from the Roman readers was a source of pride and satisfaction for a company that, though active for twenty years, was still in full bloom.
In 2015 Patrizia Sini was included in the exclusive list of Eccellenze Romane per l’Export (Roman Excellencies for Export). The initiative aims to channel a select group of exceptional artisan workshops, that combine innovation and respect for tradition, working to preserve, enrich, and pass on the art of craftsmanship, towards internationalisation.