Design from the early 1900s
Gorgeous item by Gio' Ponti for Ginori, acquired from an auction.
Design from the early 1900s.
The unique Ponti’s style for Richard-Ginori is an original interpretation of the Art Deco.
The Richard-Ginori, originally Manifattura di Doccia, was founded in 1735 by the Marchese Carlo Ginori, near Florence, in the municipality of Sesto Fiorentino. In 1896, there was a merge with an industrial group of Milan, Augusto Richard, to whom we owe the name Richard-Ginori.
The partnership between Richard-Ginori and Giò Ponti lasted less than a decade (1923-1930), but despite this, it was radical and changed deeply the company's production. In 1925, at the international exhibition of Decorative Arts of Paris, Ponti was awarded with the Grand Prix, the most prestigious recognition from the jury.
Gio Ponti (1891-1979) - Richard Ginori
White porcelain decorated with allegorical figures on both sides, magenta red colour. Underneath the base: Richard Ginori - San Cristoforo Milano - Made in Italy - Gio'Ponti. Height 25 cm, excellent condition.
All sides are visible in the photos.
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