Richard Ginori 1735
Richard Ginori porcelain factory, alongside Meissen, is the oldest porcelain factory in continuous production and predates the English bone china factories. Richard Ginori porcelain is one of the few modern enterprises where traditional hand-making skills are preserved. Porcelain is traditionally grey but Richard Ginori porcelain is the whitest available and is even whiter than Limoges. Many of the classic style porcelain patterns of today emanate from the Richard Ginori museum where over five thousand porcelain pieces of dinnerware are on display.