Italy, History, Florence and a 700Years Anniversary.
A perfect mix around the art of Paoletti Guitars Company,
to work on a special run of instruments, coming from
the land of the Poet, from artisans who growth in the
same places, around the deep touch of a poetry Tuscany.
Dante Alighieri, known as the father of the Italian
language, was born in Florence in 1265 and died and
was buried in Ravenna in 1321.
His epic poem, The Divine
Comedy, is split into three parts and traces a pilgrim’s
journey through hell, purgatory and heaven.
The company is paying homage to the past, with a limited
run of guitars celebrating Dante’s vision.
As a very first update we would like to share, is our vision of Heaven.
Stay tuned to see all the updates of this one of a kind project.
“L’amor che move il sole e l’altre stelle.”
Dante’s Dream (“l’amor che move il sole e altre stelle”) sets the last thirty-three lines of the thirty-third (final) canto of Dante’s Il Paradiso, the third section of his Divina Commedia.