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 Macchiaioli school of painting decorate the porcelain. At the beginning of the nineteenth century, new technologies offer decorative solutions and change the manufacturing techniques. Gold and Platinum became the preference of designers to reinforce the expression of luxury. The architect and designer Gio Ponti provide the European scene new decorative patterns in accordance with the types of the epoch. The porcelain of the porcelain manufactory Richard Ginori dresses many famous banquets in important palaces and villas.
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