The history of the brand
Richard Ginori is a porcelain company that was founded in 1735 in Sesto Fiorentino, in Tuscany, home of craftsmanship and handwork. With Kering’s acquisition of the brand, the name changes to Ginori 1735 in order to highlight the centuries-old tradition behind the brand with a more modern logo to give a sense of change of pace and contemporaneity. Ginori 1735 with this new identity it passes from the creation of porcelain objects for the table such as plates to enter the world of luxury. The collection Oriente Italianofrom Richard Ginori born in 1946 is known in the world of Florentine ceramics for the symbol of the carnation which is painted stylized to evoke the tradition of the Tuscan city. Together with the carnation, there are other flowers within Richard Ginori’s Oriente Italiano collection that complete the composition with colors that create an intense decorative interweaving.
The collection Catena was born from the creative genius of Gio Ponti and his drawings of ’26 conceived for furnishing accessories in fine porcelain. Sophisticated and elegant, the splendid chain decoration is a sublime emblem of modern geometry
Creation obeys life, not the other way around. Ginori 1735 celebrates one of its most important artistic directors, Giovanni Gariboldi, who in 1946 interpreted the style of the manufacture giving life to wonderful shapes in the collection Finocchietto
Lose yourself in a beautiful Labirinto . Without fear of challenging the ordinary. Invite your guests to enter the labyrinth. A logical path of lines that creates a fascinating optical effect, where ancient mythology and contemporary design meet
ORO DI DOCCIA
Oro di Doccia celebrates the value of art with a collection that tells the tradition of the Manufacture through an unexpected modernity. The old Ginori shape is enriched with precious hand-made gold finishes