Where to buy Corzetti stamps

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I have heard from many of you out there who said you need help finding a corzetti stamp (stampa). While I have included sources for corzetti stamps in my other articles about corzetti, (corzetti stampati or croxetti), here is a list of corzetti stamp makers and how to contact them.

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One can purchase corzetti stamps from Terry Mirri of Artisanal Pasta Tools in Sonoma, California. The stamps are fabricated to order; you can choose from three different styles of stamp, multiple choices of woods and a wide variety of choices in carved design.

Artisanal Pasta Tools
Sonoma, California, USA
707-939-6474 between 9 AM and 6 PM Pacific time

Visit Artisanal Pasta Tools

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Intagliatore Signor Franco Casoni of Chiavari, Liguria. Sig. Casoni will make a custom stamp to order from your own design. He carves his stamps from beech.

Franco Casoni
Via Bighetti 73
16043 Chiavari (GE) Italia

Visit Sig. Casoni’s web site

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Intagliatore Signor Pietro Picetti will carve a custom stamp for you from historic designs or a design of your own. He uses beech, pear, and other hard, fruit woods.

Mr. Pietro Picetti
15 Via Pieve
19028 Varese Ligure
La Spezie, Liguria, Italia
Telephone 0187/842195

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Filippo Romagnoli
3/5 Via Firenze
50028 Tavarnelle Val di Pesa
Firenze ITALIA

visit: Florentine Touch

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This is Part 4 of a series – The Corzetti Files.
For detailed information and photo essays on how to make corzetti, along with recipes, please delve further into
The Corzetti Files:

Edible Art, The Corzetti Files – Part 1

The Intagliatore of Chiavari, The Corzetti Files – Part 2

Corzetti agli Spinaci con Gorgonzola, The Corzetti Files – Part 3

Where to Buy Corzetti Stamps, The Corzetti Files – Part 4

Corzetti Stampati – and a Giveaway! The Corzetti Files – Part 5

And if you have questions about this delightful pasta or the tools used to make it, please feel free to leave your inquiry in the comment section.

I have no affiliation with any product, manufacturer, or site mentioned in this article.

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  1. Comment by Beth Beeman:

    After my visit to Toscana last year, I now have a stampa from three of the artisans you recommend! Each are special in their own way.

    • Comment by Adri:

      Ciao Beth,

      I am so glad you’ve got your own collection. As you know, I love the works of all of these intagliatori, and I am so pleased that the tradition continues. I hope all is well, and thanks for stopping by.

  2. Comment by pbkaren:

    I would like to print this out to read for my own personal use. How to I get, or can I get permission to do this? I like to have printouts as I prepare recipes.

  3. Comment by Rick Marshall:

    I was reading my wife’s Cucina Italiana, and came across a couple of sites for the corzetti. I just happened to google corzetti and your site came up. Very good info. I was thinking of a special one for my wife, because she is Genovese. We make our own Pesto. She’s the master, I’m just the laborer. Great article! Thanks, Rick

    • Comment by Adri:

      Hi Rick,

      Thank goodness for Google and La Cucina Americana! I am so glad you found my site. I have certainly enjoyed writing my articles about corzetti, and I hope you get a stamp for your wife. I bet you two will enjoy making a huge plate of Corzetti con Pesto Genovese. Thank you so much for your comment, and I hope you return often.

  4. Comment by LA_Foodie:

    Thnaks for bringing all this info together in one place. I’m going to try this.
    PS: love the pictures!

    • Comment by Adri:

      Benvenuto Foodie!

      I love hearing that the info is helpful. Corzetti really are a trip to make, a real crowd pleaser. See my other articles on corzetti for more recipes and step by step instructions on how to make these divine pasta coins. And let’s see a photo of yours for Readers’ Gallery! Thanks for stopping by my site. I hope you return often.

      • Comment by Joan Calabrese:

        Cant wait to try the corzetti press, and the luscious recipes too. Coming to California soon…..hope to visit Sonoma.

        Another foodie,

        Can I order the form from you?

        • Comment by Adri:

          Hi Joan,

          I am so pleased you found my site. Corzetti are so striking. Guests always enjoy them.

          I do not sell the stamps. You may order them directly from the makers, either Terry Mirri of Artisanal Pasta Tools or Sig. Franco Casoni in Chiavari, Italia.

          Thanks for visiting my site, and I hope you will send me a photo of your corzetti to display in my Readers’ Gallery.

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