Britain topped the medal table at the first Para-archery world rankings tournament of the season with three gold medals and a silver in Fazza.
The British team collected gold medals in the recurve women’s open, compound women‘s open and compound open mixed team events.
Among these was Hazel Chaisty's first international gold medal, earned in the recurve with a 90-81 victory over Italy's Annalisa Rosada.
Chaisty had previously received a silver medal in the mixed team recurve open alongside team-mate David Phillips.
“I couldn’t have thought of starting the year in a better way," Chaisty said.
"I reached my first international final here and took the gold and silver medals.
"This is special."
Jodie Grinham added to the British medal haul by beating Italy’s Maria Andrea Virgilio 138-135 in the compound women’s open final.
“It’s always fantastic to win an international competition,” she said.
“Topping the medal table as a team will massively lift our confidence.
"Winning a medal individually always boosts your own energy but when a large number of team-mates do it the result is far greater.”
Japan claimed two gold medals at the tournament, with Ueyama Tomohiro and Shinohara Aya winning the recurve men’s open and W1 women’s competition, respectively.
Slovakia's Marcel Pavlik was victorious in the compound men’s open, while Jean Pierre Antonios of Finland topped the W1 men’s podium.
More than 100 athletes from 20 nations took part in the competition, the highest number to participate in the annual event.
The world rankings tournaments will earn athletes a place at the 2019 World Archery Para Championships in ’s-Hertogenbosch, which in turn offers spots at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The next competition will be held in the Italian city of Oblia from April 29 to May 5.