The first known document that tells about an Antonibon as a ceramist, dates back to September 3, 1685. In it the Venetian Senate confirms to him and two other members the possession of mills “to grind pebbles and mix colours for pots". Forty years after, his son Giovan Battista Antonibon near the paternal palace in Nove (Vicenza), founded a real dynasty of potters who managed to develop and maintain a production of the finest quality, so much that in 1732 the Venetian Republic granted a series of privileges . Later the factory was rewarded with numerous international awards. In 1907 the factory became the property of the Lawyer Lodovico Barettoni, who was succeeded by his son Engineer Guglielmo Barettoni and later by his son Lodovico Barettoni, who now owns the factory together with his family. Helped by young and brilliant artists and supported by our great tradition, the firm has been able to renew itself with vivacity and originality, always focusing on the chromatic research and harmony of the forms, with a refined production that not only suggests the timeless prestigious collections of Antonibon’s models but also takes inspiration from Nature for further artworks.