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Connoisseurs who appreciate Italian fine porcelain and ceramics have often found beautiful Richard Ginori pieces for their homes.
Richard Ginori fine tableware often reproduce the historic designs that are more than 200 years old or those developed by Giò Ponti who served as artistic director of the manufacture from 1923 to 1930, producing many designs in the Art Deco manner.
In 1737 the Tuscan Marquis Carlo Ginori set up a porcelain factory next to his countryside residence.
From the Babele Collection, Richard Ginori's glazed white porcelain Museo teapot is hand-drawn with blue flowers and drapes and styled with a slightly fluted exterior.
8.5\"/22cm length x 4.5\"/11cm width x 7.0\"/18cm height (approximately).
From the Giardino Dei Semplici Collection, Richard Ginori's Celeste tea saucer is crafted of porcelain hand-drawn with a Greek-key pattern and finished with a glazed surface.
From the Babele Collection, Richard Ginori's glazed white porcelain Antico soup plate is hand-drawn with blue flowers and vines and styled with wavy edges.
Inspired by botanical illustrations from the 19th century, the Voilère collection from Richard Ginori 1735 is characterised by its masterful craftsmanship and ornate presentation.