With its stream of visitors, Orvieto supports a tempting shopping scene. Orogami (Via del Duomo 14/16, www.orogami.com; tel. 0763/344206) sells a distinctive line of gold jewelry, including playful pieces like a medallion mimicking the Duomo’s rose window. The showroom of internationally acclaimed ceramicist Marino Moretti at Via del Duomo 55 (www.marinomoretti.it; tel. 0763/361663) sells tiles, dinnerware, and other modern takes on traditional designs. Gifted young shoemaker Federico Badia hand-fashions made-to-order shoes, purses, bags, and belts in his workshop at Via Garibaldi 27 (http://federicobadiashoes.com). You'll see the Michelangeli clan's wood sculptures, puppets, and stacked-contour reliefs all over town, while their showroom (www.michelangeli.it; tel. 0763-342-660) is at Via Gualverio Michelangeli 3, just off the Corso. Another popular stop is Duranti Profumerie, Via del Duomo 13-15 (tel. 0763-344-606) which sells local perfumes and beauty products for men and women.

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