Richard Ginori decorated collections condenses a very long tradition, memories and presence of three hundred of history. Pigments and precious metals are apllied and drown by hand on every piece.
Exuberant, exotic, enticing. A stylized flower, known as the “garofano” — carnation — in the tradition of Florentine ceramics and reinterpreted by Gio Ponti in 1946, evokes distant memories in the Oriente Italiano Collection. The graceful, delicate hues of dawn and dusk glisten on porcelain like a symphony. This is the scenario of the Oriente Italiano Collection on the Antico Doccia shape, where the airbrush technique and the inventiveness of colour converge to create a magnificent pattern. A beautiful palette creates richly balanced compositions: blue on a background of light blue, yellow, green or pink; black against ice or green; burgundy on pink; white on light blue; and rose on light pink. The collection comes in a complete array of tableware as well as tea and coffee sets.