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Richard Ginori: tableware with Italian accents

Richard Ginori: tableware with Italian accents

Richard Ginori is a Florence-based tableware factory that has been creating high-quality collections featuring Italian-inspired details since the 18th century.

Richard Ginori: tableware with Italian accents

Tradition and excellence come together in the timeless beauty of Richard Ginori designs. Since 1735, the name has referenced the company’s origins, which harken back to the founding of the Manifattura di Doccia by Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori at his Florentine villa in Doccia. The brand is now owned by the luxury group Kering and showcases the talents of the French designer Constance Guisset.

Tableware with Italian flair

Transforming porcelain into a work of pure beauty has always been the designer’s motto. Guisset combines creativity and artisanal expertise with a hint of modernity. Her sophisticated porcelain pieces reinterpret the iconic history of the brand, which is making a strong comeback in the tableware industry. Each item reflects the influence of Italian affinities and lifestyle.

Richard Ginori Il Viaggio di Nettuno candy dish
This mythology-inspired candy dish from the Il Viaggio di Nettuno range offers an unconventional take on tableware. © DR
Richard Ginori Gio di Ponti Plate
A plate charger like this one is just as beautiful on a table as it is mounted on a wall. © DR

Beautiful collections

The elegant ranges designed for the hotel and restaurant industries have caught the eye of the most creative chefs in over 30 different countries. And now, you can even bring them home. The new collection, « Ether », which is inspired by the four elements included in the mythology surrounding the creation of the world, will be a very welcome addition and is sure to delight those with an eye for beauty.

Richard Ginori Ether collection
The pieces in the « Ether » collection will add a dose of authenticity to your events. © DR

A blend of art, craftsmanship, and tradition