whose roots date back centuries, is decorated with the extraordinary decor of Gió Ponti from the year 1926. A labyrinth of wide black lines underlines the shape of the cubes and cylinders. The intense color pigments and noble polished gold form a charming contrast with the silky white of the porcelain. Labirinto Nero is also available in cobalt blue, emerald green and ruby red.
Italy from hard Porcelain which is composed from kaolin, feldspar and quartz. Labirinto Nero is finished with a shiny glaze. The avantgarde dinnerware meets all the wishes with the extent of his additional parts - from tureen to saucer for mocha cup, from bowl to vase oblong.
Richard Ginori looks back on a 300-year history. In 1735, driven by the growing interest in "white gold" as the porcelain was called at this time, the porcelain manufactory was founded in the town of Doccia in Sesto Fiorentino near Florence in Tuscany.
was originally called, moved to neighboring Florence in 1955, expanding its production and diversity. Inspired by international exhibitions and the fashion for naturalistic tastes, the possibility appeared to discover romanticism. Noble insects nestled between floral elements, themes of theater literature, fantasy objects and the...
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