Sarvadon Romano's Tour Workshop - Wrought iron
Romano Sarvadon, finished his studies as a mechanic and started working in an electromechanical and light carpentry workshop belonging to his family. As time passed however, he developed a passion for working with wrought iron and started to focus his own work on this. He started out firstly by being self-taught and then with the help of some masters. His work is dominated by his expressive spontaneity that shows itself in the representation of mountainous characters, animals and nature.
This craftsman is part of the “Chemin des Artisans”, an itinerary that stops off in the studios of Valle d’Aosta’s craftsmen and who open their doors to the public. It is a route that will take you in search of the fascinating world of craft work: the savoir faire, creative thinking, the working techniques and materials used. All the productive categories in Valle d’Aosta’s craft work panorama can be found on this itinerary: furniture, sculptures, farming equipment, household goods, etc. Phone in advance to book a visit to the studio.