Capodimonte style refers to a particular style of painting that was made popular during the reign of King Charles III of Bourbon. In 1736, the king assembled a group of his kingdom's finest crafters and employed them in the palace of Capodimonte's workshop. The style of art produced by the crafters is now known as Capodimonte style. The St. Paul Ceramic Statue is a fine example of Capodimonte collectibles because of its vibrant colors, extreme detail and ceramic base. The piece holds true to real Capodimonte style and makes a fine gift for any occasion.