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Clerici Tessuto

Clerici Tessuto & C. S.p.A. is a family business started in 1922 in Grandate, in the heart of Como silk district.


Founded in 1922 by Rachele Clerici and her husband Alessandro Tessuto as a company for trading in silk fabrics, Clerici Tessuto, which now got to its fourth generation, is nowadays one of the most important textiles manufacturers in the world for the luxury sector, with ranges for men’s and women’s clothing, accessories and home furnishing.


The company now owns a complete small scale textiles production chain: weaving and warping, dye works and printing, which employs more than 300 employees, covering the entire finishing cycle of silk and other natural fibers. The company manufactures, finishes, transforms and sells more than 2.500.000 meters of fabric per year, with a sales network that reaches 2.200 customers in 64 countries.

In addition to the Italian head offices, there are also two commercial companies: Clerici Tessuto France settled in Paris and CTC USA Corp. in New York.

Find out more on Clerici Tessuto website.

Clerici Tessuto Group

Clerici Tessuto group is made up of the following manufacturing and commercial areas:


Ambrogio Pessina srl, Montano Lucino

The company, started in 2001, is one of Clerici Tessuto partners. It is specialized in the twisting bobbin working for silk yarns designed for clothing, tie and interiors.

Weaving Company

Clerici Tessuto & C. Spa, Grandate

The holding which controls and feeds the whole production and commercial chain.


Sara Ink Spa, Villa Guardia

The company is characterized by the use of the most modern ink jet digital printing systems, a fast, effective and low environmental impact solution intended for third parties.

Dye Works

Tintoria MCM Srl, Como

Associate company specialized in high quality dyeing and finishing of silk fabrics.


The company has a logistic pole settled in a more than 3.000 square mt complex in Villa Guardia. The activities carried out in this pole are the quality control of raw fabrics, dispositions of the working, receipt of the finished products and the last quality control before shipping.

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