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21 May
Elegant Richard Ginori porcelain: appreciate Babele collection
The collection Babele in black is presented in four different shapes: eminent Antico Doccia and Museo, and inspired by the paintings of Gariboldi, graceful Duchessa and Venezia.

Richard Ginori was established in the distant 1735. The Marquess Carlo Andrea Ginori arranged a workshop in the family estate of Doccia then. This fine porcelain became so famous that it became nominal soon: even nowadays, many Italians call elegant plates and tureens "ginori" regardless of their brand name.

The collection Babele in black is presented by a variety of porcelain in four different forms: eminent Antico Doccia and Museo, graceful Duchessa and Venezia, inspired by the paintings of Gariboldi.

The design of each object recreates "floringatura" effect - decor under the glaze. It is reminiscent of the serial ornaments of the XVIII century, created with the help of screen printing technology. The collection is about 65 items, including plates of all kinds, bowls, teapots and vases.

It is not necessarily go to Florence for a real “ginori” - just drop at Richard Ginori realm in Petrovsky Passage. Babele collection is available at BoscoCasa boutique. See you!
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