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Labirinto by Ginori 1735

  • Labirinto Nero Dinner Plate
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Dinner Plate

    $240.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926. 

    Dishwasher Safe. Not Microwave Safe.

    11"DIA

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  • Labirinto Nero Soup Plate
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Soup Plate

    $240.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926.

    Hand Washing recommended. Not Microwave Safe.

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  • Labirinto Nero Canapé/Bread Plate
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Canapé/Bread Plate

    $150.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926.

    Hand Washing recommended. Not Microwave Safe.

    6.5"


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  • Labirinto Nero Salad/Dessert Plate
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Salad/Dessert Plate

    $168.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926. 

    Hand Washing recommended. Not Microwave Safe.

    7.75" DIA 

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  • Labirinto Nero, Fruit Saucer
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero, Fruit Saucer

    $168.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926. 

    Hand Washing recommended. Not Microwave Safe.

    5.5" DIA 

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  • Labirinto Nero Oval Platter, Large
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Oval Platter, Large

    $585.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926. 

    Dishwasher Safe. Not Microwave Safe.

    15.5" L 

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  • Labirinto Nero Gravy Boat
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    Ginori 1735

    Labirinto Nero Gravy Boat

    $488.00

    Special Order item, please allow 8 - 12 weeks for delivery. Special Orders are considered Final Sale.

    Established in 1735, Richard Ginori is one the oldest porcelain manufacturers in the world. Known as the Ferrari of tableware, the company has established itself as the gold standard in the world of luxury goods. Ginori porcelain has graced the museums and tables of many European fine homes and luxury hotels, including the Vatican. Known for quality, craftsmanship and Italian design, Richard Ginori was acquired in 2013 by the Gucci fashion house.

    Sleek and rational: a logical path of lines evokes the image of a maze and creates a graphic frame that distinguishes the Labirinto Collection. The perfect convergence between ancient culture and the modern design of which Gio Ponti was one of the leading representatives, the collection was inspired by the pattern created by the master in 1926.

    Hand Washing recommended. Not Microwave Safe.

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