Stuoia 1923
The decoration of the Stuoia 1923 collection is characterized by a composition of intertwined yellow vertical bands and green horizontal bands, divided longitudinally by black and orange lines on a black background, which surrounds the porcelain.
Le Mani
Le Mani collection made by the Manufactory in the ‘30s, combining art style and interpretation in unique limited edition items. The simple abstract shape of a hand is modelled in the round using industrial moulds for rubber gloves.
Passeggiata Archeologica
Passeggiata Archeologica motif represents Ginori’s classicism, evoking the style of the eighteenth-century, the age of the Grand Tour, with a reference to the Archaeological Path through the excavations in Rome inaugurated in 1918.
The Prospettica orcino vase, re-edited by Richard Ginori, is characterized by the illusionistic effect of the relief. Entirely hand-decorated, in decal, the ‘double cut’ technique is used in order to maintain the same thickness as the framing of the cells.
La Convesazione Classica
The motif in La Conversazione Classica represents allegorical figures alluding to the Arts, such as Music and Literature, in Art Deco style.
Le Mie Donne
Le Mie Donne is a motif, which sums up the classic style of the Art Deco. Le Mie Donne, meaning “my women”, includes Women on the Clouds, Women on the Ropes and Women on Flowers. The Women on the Clouds were the first to be created and presented at the Monza exhibition in 1923.
Donne e Architetture
The motif appearing on the Donne e Architetture vase is inspired by the female figures Gio Ponti created for the series, underlining the dialogue between the silhouettes and the complex architecture of ancient inspiration, in which we may recognise citations of the pyramids and of Roman monuments such as the Coliseum.