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1 February
New interpretation of classics by Richard Ginori

The legendary porcelain manufactory Richard Ginori, which space has recently appeared in Petrovsky Passage in Moscow, introduced its new Aurea and Grande Galerie collections within the largest in Europe Maison & Objet fair dedicated to design, decor and interior objects.
“Richard Ginori is one of the iconic brands, which fame has gone beyond the borders of Italy long time ago. This porcelain is inherited like a family heirloom ... But we're not resting on our laurels: being true to our nearly 300 years old tradition, we are always in search of new forms, "- the CEO of Richard Ginori Mr. Giovanni Giunchedi said.

Aurea collection captivates with rigor and lines’ purity: one of the most iconic patterns created by the famous Italian architect Gio Ponti has been reinterpreted with exquisite craftsmanship inherent in Richard Ginori porcelain.
It is about inner harmony of complicated geometric patterns that seem to pulsate on the surface, the game with perspective that creates an optical illusion effect and offbeat color combination. Classic design sounds very modern thanks to these notes.
Aurea is presented in three versions. There is reference Impero form, open to experiments Venezia form as well as modern & dynamic Diagono, the embodiment of minimalist style. The collection features 26 different objects: small cups, teapots, trays and pots of various shapes. Noble indigo of the intricate hand-painted patterns is shaded by bright flashes of orange and black-and-white stripes.
Solemn Grande Galerie collection will decorate any festive table: classic Impero form is the hallmark of Richard Ginori since 1790.
The snow-white shade of natural porcelain is perfectly combined with delicate floral ornaments. Flickering golden flowers against the dark red background that decorate each of the 32 items of Grande Galerie collection like plates, teapots, trays, mugs, cups, and boards for cake are painted by hand.

See you in the cozy Richard Ginori space in Petrovsky Passage!

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