Olimpio Lorenzi’s Family among the Old Shops of Milan
Posted by F. lli Lorenzi

The month of June 2017 has been a month of important events for Olimpio Lorenzi’s Family and his cutlery workshops (called “botteghe”) in Milan.

On 26th June at Palazzo Reale, the shop in C.so Magenta was given a Prize by the mayor of Milan Giuseppe Sala for being a Bottega Storica with almost 100 years of activity in Milan. And this has been possible thanks to the founder Olimpio and to the first cutlery artisan Lorenzi in Milan and to his son Renzo, whose sons Andrea and Marcello run today the two shops in C.so Magenta and C.so di Porta Romana.

On 11th June, the business started by Olimpio Lorenzi in the past 1919 was awarded the Premio Milano Produttiva from the Chamber of Commerce of Milan, given by its President Carlo Sangalli at the Scala of Milan.

Fratelli Lorenzi thank all their customers, suppliers, collaborators and friends who have been visiting their shops for nearly 100 years.