Passeggiata Archeologica Black Plate by Gio Ponti


Passeggiata Archeologica Black Plate by Gio Ponti - GINORI 1735


Designed by Gio Ponti, artistic director of Richard Ginori from 1923 to 1933, this black plate is one of two designs in the Passeggiata Archeologica collection. The title means Archeological Stroll in Italian, and is distinctive for its dream-like allure. The scene features figurines in dynamic poses alternating with classical architectural elements, all scattered on a diagonal perspective over a black background. This versatile piece can be used to grace a dining table or to be displayed as decorative accent in an eclectic or modern home.

Product Reference: RICHFI-149


• Material: Porcelain
• Dimensions (in): W 12.99 x D 12.99
• Dimensions (cm): W 33 x D 33
• Handmade In Italy


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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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