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In 1735, the Marquis Carlo

Ginori, driven by an interest in the advent of European production of 'White Gold’ as porcelain was known at the time,

Richard Ginori brand shop

  • Antico Doccia
  • Babele Blue Babylonian variety of different patterns in divers shades of blue meet with the most beautiful shapes from four series of the Florentine manufactory.
    The fine-tuned decor of classical Renaissance motifs reminds of an antique steel engraving, endlessly varied and infinitely freely combinable with...
  • Babele Rosso Flamy red the decors shine like made from steel with their Renaissance motifs. Multifaceted variations of several different traditional collections - including Antico Doccia - open up a wide range of combinations.
    Overpowering Babylonian is the baroque abundance of individual parts, each one...
  • Catena Scarlatto
  • Richard Ginori Catena Smeraldo
  • Cirque des Merveilles Blanc Black and white like a scissor cut, the gift collection is a eye-catcher for all family festivals.
    On the traditional porcelain form Impero the domestic scenes are portrayed naively: He and she, the children and all sorts of hustle and bustle. Venetian and playful is the contrasting decor, an...
  • Cirque des Merveilles Rose Turbulent activity can be expected from this moving table set. The small adorable stories are sketched colorfull. In Biedermeier manner, mother and father are represented, children who are told fairy tales to and who are sitting under the Christmas tree. Lovely little solitaries with scenes from...
  • Galatea Subtly light and shadow, fine matt surface and glossy glazing vary. Soft arches alternate with accented edges, decorated with frugal memories of marine animals, or even completely without.
    Delicate, different structures follow one another, concave surfaces release bulging, gnarled corals form the...
  • Giardino dei Semplici Azurro Ebullient like a village wedding Ginoris tableware presents itself.
    In sky blue with ox-blood red meanders, only the horizontal surfaces and mirrors are deposited in yellow. The set moves to ancient Rome and evokes images of exuberant banquets. The true charm of Giardino dei Semplici unfolds on a...
  • Richard Ginori Giardino dei Semplici Rosa The dishes Giardino have dedicated themselves to the simplicity. This set brings the charm of Estilo Italiano to the table.
    A mysterious look like an excavation from the time of the Etruscans, it charms with the simplicity of the form and the archaic decoration. As if painted by hand for...
  • Giardino dei Semplici Verde Graphic simplicity reflects Etruscan origins. Matt green, flanked by ocher and blood red, is the projection screen for dreams from antiquity.
    Meanders emphasize the rural character. The flat forms call forth an association with summery societies under trees. The series of dishes is crowned with...
  • Gigli Bianco
  • Italian Fruit Cheerful but stylish, plum, pumpkin and strawberry play their fruity charm, arranged between scattered flowers, delightfully united with a delicate border of gold and fine blue lines.
    An enchanting design on the wonderfully typical silhouette of the porcelain Antico Doccia, which elegantly...
  • Labirinto Nero
  • Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano Albus The largest possible abstraction Oriente Italianos designed by Gío Ponti plays with the abundance of any color. Taupe sketched scenes occure, seemingly jotted on the classic form Antico Doccia.
    Flowery decor and curved contour look almost masculine in this variant. As a complement to the...
  • Oriente Italiano Azalea Gold
  • Oriente Italiano Bario A firework in pale green is Bario with its dull color shades. Taupe are the Chinese-like still lifes with the typical Garofano - the carnation made by Gió Ponti. The color setting is particularly suitable as a companion for prominent colors such as Oriente Italiano Iris Gold. However, this color...
  • Oriente Italiano Cipria Paler Powder gives the Cipria collection its name. The sketched design of the old master of Italian architecture, Gió Ponti, has a completely different effect in the autumnal shades than in the conspicuous pink or malachite. This dishware is persistently conserved in its up-to-date fashion and...
  • Oriente Italiano Citrino Blue on lemon yellow hovers the decor of Gió Ponti on the traditional form Antico Doccia. Translucently, the scenes that arose in the 1940s mixed with the color of the fund and charmed by the sketched impression just like they were jotted.
    The rural character in urban color combinations...
  • Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano Iris Gold
  • Oriente Italiano Malachite Mysterious as the semi-precious gem in dark green and petrol, this color combination is modern and distinctive. The strong colors on the thin shards of Antico Doccia associate family festivals on an Italian estate: stylish and in the middle of life.
  • Oriente Italiano Pervinca Gold
  • Oriente Italiano Porpora Gold
  • Oriente Italiano Vermiglio Blurred red shades on dusky pink, a sunset in fiery colors on the classic form of Antico Doccia, whose design goes already far back in the history of the manufactory.
    Recovered in the forties by Gió Ponti, which has designed the enchanting semi-translucent decor in shades that complement each...
  • Richard Ginori Oro di Doccia Giada
  • Oro di Doccia Magenta
  • Oro di Doccia Turchese
  • Veccio Ginori
  • Voliere

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Richard Ginori

In 1735, the Marquis Carlo

Ginori, driven by an interest in the advent of European production of 'White Gold’ as Porcelain was known at the time, founds his porcelain manufactory in the town of Doccia in Sesto Fiorentino, near Florence in Tuscany. The Manufactory of Doccia, as it was originally known, remains on this site until 1955.

An era that gives birth to some

of Richard Ginori’s best known forms and decorations. Combined with elegant centrepieces, they dress many a famous banquet in important palazzos and villas. The woven pattern is introduced, still a must have in the collection today. The dawn of the nineteenth century brings with it new technologies and gold decorative solutions to fuel the taste for luxury. The arrival of the international expositions and the fashion for naturalistic taste offers the Manufactory the opportunity to open up to Romanticism. Precious insects nestling among floral elements animate tableware, meanwhile the academic sculptor Urbano Lucchesi brings themes of theatrical literature, fantasy objects and the Macchiaioli school of painting into the Manufactory. Known now as the Manufacture Richard Ginori, a major expansion in artistic and industrial manufacturing activities lead to the successful development of two innovative patents: the oven-proof Pirofilia,(about 1897-1898) and developed expressly for scientific laboratories, Euclide porcelain (around 1940). The architect and designer Gio Ponti is appointed as art director, and the Manufactory brings to the European scene new decorative designs in line with the styles of the era. Richard Ginori interprets the new functionality of the everyday life style. Colonna, with its stackable and essential design is introduced under the artistic direction of Giovanni Gariboldi. As tastes and lifestyles evolve, the Manufactory turns to the creative talents of the great Italian architects and designers of the time: Franco Albini, Franca Helg & Antonio Piva, Sergio Asti, Achille Castiglioni, Gabriele Devecchi, Candido Fior, Gianfranco Frattini, Angelo Mangiarotti, Enzo Mari and Aldo Rossi. The renaissance of the Manufactory Richard Ginori begins. The Manufactory is acquired by Gucci and Alessandro Michele is appointed artistic director. Today, just as 280 years ago, it represents excellence in creativity, innovation and hand made in Italy.

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