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Ginori 1735 X Jake Gyllenhaal

HG Designs

Ginori 1735 x Jake Gyllenhaal

Everyday Art


You might wonder what a luxury porcelain brand has in common with a Hollywood actor, but art is at the heart of why Jake Gyllenhaal teamed up with Ginori 1735. One of the oldest porcelain producers in the world, the Italian heritage brand is constantly innovating. Its Oriente Italiano collection —re-imagined by Gucci’s former Creative Director Alessandro Michele — is based on archival designs from legendary architect Gio Ponti's earlier works for Ginori. The collection is decidedly old-world, yet at the same time is fresh, unique, and one of the most in-demand patterns around the world. Mix and match from ten rich colours, or pick your favourite (trust us, it's harder than you think). Exclusive in Canada to Hopson Grace, we're now carrying select stock. If you’re searching for table art, look no further. Or as they say in Italian, ecco qui.

"(Ginori's) deep dedication to craft is inspiring. Our partnership aims to express the importance of slowing down, enjoying life and appreciating the beauty of art." — Jake Gyllenhaal

"With a history spanning nearly three centuries, the luxe Italian lifestyle brand, founded by Marquis Carlo Ginori just outside of Florence in 1735, has built a tradition of uncompromising elegance. So much so that its namesake creations, synonymous with excellence and innovation in the world of porcelain, are often referred to as "white gold" among ceramics enthusiasts. Their handmade products, which range from luxurious tableware to decorative objects and even home fragrances, simultaneously reflect the spirit of the moment while also paying homage to timeless visual languages." — Vogue

From the Ginori 1735 Collection