noun, plural bot·te·gas, bot·te·ghe [boh-tey-gee, buh-; Italian bawt-te-ge] /boʊˈteɪ gi, bə-; Italian bɔtˈtɛ gɛ/.
Origin of bottega
Examples from the Web for bottega
In its Spring/Summer 2014 ready-to-wear collection, Bottega Veneta created looks with colors inspired by the Roman palazzo of old.Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2014: Palazzo Fashion|Liza Foreman|September 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Maier arrived at Bottega Veneta at the most challenging moment for a high-end brand.
While other brands were paddling madly to stay afloat, Bottega Veneta was considered dead in the water.
Maier applied a similarly methodical philosophy to the reconstruction of Bottega Veneta.
And indeed, there is nothing that announces the Bottega Veneta brand from 50 paces.Ode to Joy: Dolce, Versace and Bottega in Milan for Spring 2013|Robin Givhan|September 23, 2012|DAILY BEAST
All these men, whose work is so full of splendour, came under the influence of Giorgione after passing through Bellini's bottega.Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa|Edward Hutton
He was a boy in his early teens when he entered his first master's bottega.Raphael|Paul G. Konody
Simone kept a bottega (or shop), undertaking any ornamental work, and his gains were large.
The Pope found him at work in his bottega on the tomb of Julius; for the "tragedy of the mausoleum" still dragged on.
It was in Cosimo's bottega that he made acquaintance with Mariotto Albertinelli, who became his intimate friend and fellow-worker.