Jordan Almonds Flowers
In the 15th century, the hard-working and careful hands of the monks of the Santa Chiara cloister dressed up the confetti with silk to realize rosaries, spikes and bunch of grapes. Christian symbols to be gifted to noble bride and groom or in other importan occasions.
The tradition carried on and, over the course of the time, it turned into a peculiar form of craftmanship, giving life to characteristic flowers, baskets and bouquets realized not only with silk threads but also with refined fabricsm such as tulle and satin.
The result is one of the most beautiful and famous typical handwork of the handmade culture of Sulmona.
Di Carlo family has always honoured this extraordinary tradition enriching its own offer of sugared almond flowers, with compositions that recall the nature and, for the little ones, the animal too..