Memory and passion to share the culture of "creating ceramic"

The Cino Mularoni Foundation was established in 1992 to commemorate and pass on the memory of Secondo Enzo Mularoni, a citizen of San Marino who emigrated to the United States and then returned home to take forward his business idea.


A precious heritage of craftsmanship and art

The Cino Mularoni Foundation is an organisation active in the San Marino area that promotes numerous initiatives linked to the theme of local artisan and artistic ceramics. Its main objective is the implementation of cultural and scientific events to encourage studies and research that contribute to the training of young academics and to support publishing initiatives, such as competitions, exhibitions and events.

A sense of sharing and belonging to the territory

The Cino Mularoni Foundation is based in San Marino, at Ceramica Faetano, in the now historic building of 1962. Its spaces are available for meetings, exhibitions, conferences and school visits, for those wishing to explore the subject of San Marino ceramics, the economic and cultural hub of the Republic of San Marino of the last century.


Narrating stories to give value to the future

Contents of the highest historical and cultural value are published by the Cino Mularoni Foundation through the FCM Editions, a fundamental bibliography that revolves around the theme of ceramics and the indissoluble link with the territory, to pass on a past knowledge, pride of an entire community, which become a source of inspiration for the new generations of tomorrow.

  • Fundamental bibliography

  • Claudia Malpeli, Origini e sviluppo della produzione ceramica a San Marino, Repubblica di San Marino, 1994.
  • Giuliana Gardelli, The ceramics of San Marino. Twentieth century art and furniture , Republic of San Marino, 1996.
  • Ceramica Faetano, Made of earth. Accents on contemporary San Marino ceramics, Republic of San Marino, 1997.
  • Cino Mularoni Foundation, Cino Mularoni Foundation Award, Republic of San Marino, 1998.
  • Cino Mularoni Foundation, Souvenir of San Marino. II° Cino Mularoni Foundation Award , Republic of San Marino, 2001.
  • Stefania Leardini Mularoni, Forty Years of Ceramics, Republic of San Marino, 2002.
  • Giuliana Gardelli, The Renaissance in ceramic flooring. Sixteenth-century flooring in Urbino, Pesaro, Siena and Viterbo, Bologna, 2003.
  • Emanuele Gaudenzi, San Marino Advertising handicraft ceramic products , Republic of San Marino, 2003.
  • G. Di Pasquale E. D. Mularoni, The twenty-five years of Ceramica Del Conca, Republic of San Marino, 2004.
  • Giuliana Gardelli, The Renaissance in ceramic flooring. Sixteenth-century flooring in Urbino, Pesaro, Siena and Viterbo, Republic of San Marino, 2007.
  • Emanuele Gaudenzi, Bottles from the San Marino handicraft products, Republic of San Marino, 2007.
  • Emanuele Gaudenzi, Masters of San Marino Ceramics, Republic of San Marino, 2009.
  • Stefania Leardini Mularoni, 50 Anni fa. Storia di un’Azienda ed il Concorso per celebrarla, Repubblica di San Marino, 2012.
  • Emanuele Gaudenzi, Ceramica Italiana per San Marino, Manifatture e Maestri della prima metà del Novecento, Repubblica di San Marino, 2015.
  • Bottiglie in Ceramica, Esemplari dalla Raccolta Fondazione Cino Mularoni, Repubblica di San Marino, 2019.
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