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The Museum of Brebbia can also be considered as a workshop open to those artists coming from other artistic experiences who want to approach the pipe handcrafting.

The museum is a testimony of how various artists coming from painting, sculpture or literature have been in touch with the pipe making industry and have expressed their creative vein.

Bennati, Baj, Brera, Burger, Lucchina, Ferriani, Pomodoro among the most famous artists who came to visit us.
More recently, the museum has hosted a collection of 16 pipes with embedded hard stones or original silver inserts made by Lamberto Malaguti, a goldsmith profession and lent by passion to the pipe world.

His pipes may or may not like collectors because they do not cover any of the classic styles of the various Italian and foreign craft schools but they are undoubtedly of strong emotional impact.

Lamberto Malaguti began very young to work at the Cusi Rinaldo laboratory, in via Clerici 1 in 1955 as a goldsmith. In the meantime he attends a high school of evening art. His passion for sculpture and bas-relief led him to the crafting of jewelry inspired by classical works. The erica root is a marvelous discovery that inspires him in the realization of the most varied sculptures even with precious metals such as gold, silver, and various stones up to the making of the first pipes. Exhibiting in New York, 10 jewel pipes in a large 5th-street jewelry store. In the 90s he was in the Kremlin with the task of making Fabergè's jewelry. His last show of pipes with subjects inspired by works of Modigliani, Picasso, Klimt, Arcimboldo was held by Scavia in Milan on 4 April 2008.

Lamberto is an example of how the Museum can also be considered as a workshop open to those artists coming from other artistic experiences who want to approach the pipe handcrafting.