Richard Ginori Patterns
Originating in the 1700s, Richard Ginori gives life to porcelain by bringing beauty and excellence to its products. Since its origin in Doccia, a region of Italy outside Florence, the company has grown and flourished without having once forgotten its roots. When architect Gio Ponti took over as art director, he revitalised production, leaving a profound and lasting mark. Today, the Gucci company owns Richard-Ginori.
Some of the most popular patterns from the manufacturer Ginori are: Arcadia, Il viaggio di Nettuno (Neptune’s Voyage), Totem, Voliere and of course Gio Ponti. The most classic model is Vecchio Ginori, made of white porcelain and perfect for those who love elegance at the table.
So, if you want to find out more about any Richard Ginori patterns, click on the collection you like to browse all the pieces!
Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano
Colourful, vibrant and elegant are just some of the words often used to describe Oriente Italiano, known also as Italian East by Richard Ginori. Moreover, this very popular dinnerware pattern was designed by the Italian architect Gio Ponti in 1946. In fact, the architect took his inspiration from the 18th century Florentine and Far Eastern handpainted porcelain. Furthermore, the stylized floral design features a carnation and the softly scalloped edges bring a whimsical touch to this incredibly colorful porcelain.
Indeed made in Italy, these beautiful Richard Ginori patterns have a timeless appeal. Finally, it is available in 10 different colours. So, just click on the color you like to browse all the pieces in the collection!
Richard Ginori Catene
The “Catene” pattern by Richard Ginori was born from the creative genius of Gio Ponti and from the designs of furnishing accessories in very fine porcelain he made in 1926. Indeed sophisticated and elegant, the splendid chain decoration is a sublime emblem of modern geometry, where all the elements are linked in perfect balance. Again, available in 4 colours: black, red, blue and green. So, just click on the color you like to browse all the pieces in the collection!
Richard Ginori Labirinto
The pattern “Labirinto” by Richard Ginori was originally designed by Gio Ponti in the 1920s and has been reintroduced by creative director Alessandro Micheli. Moreover, the maze resembles the labyrinth at Knossos, where the minotaur was hidden by the fabled inventor Daedalus. Again, available in 4 colours: black, red, blue and green. So, just click on the color you like to browse all the pieces in the collection!