Manifattura Richard Ginori 1735

Palmette Indaco Tureen with Lid



This splendid object of functional decor will make a superb statement when served during a special occasion, either alone with simple white porcelain plates, or combined with the elegant Palmette Collection. Named after the Italian name for small palms, hinting at the shape of its repetitive decoration, this piece is inspired by ancient Greek art is adorned at the rim of both bowl and lid with a delicate turquoise garland of anthemion motifs. Pure gold marks the handles and perimeters for a magnificent final effect. This series comes also in other colors, please inquire with the Concierge. The capacity is 4 liers.


• Material: Porcelain Gold
• Handmade In Italy


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Manifattura Richard Ginori 1735

Tuscany, Italy
Porcelain Worker

Carlo Ginori started manufacturing porcelain pieces in 1735 in his workshop in Doccia, Tuscany, setting the benchmark for luxury home décor products ever since. This prestigious company was run by the same family un…

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