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Porcelain crafted in Manifattura Ginori – Italy

Gift box included
Made in Italy
Made in Italy
Description
White porcelain plate "Passeggiata Archeologica". Arte di Gio Ponti Collection.
With this decoration, architect Gio Ponti reinterprets the Manifattura's classicist inspiration, evoking the 18th-century taste of Grand Tour travelers and referring to the route, inaugurated in 1918, at the excavations in Rome and referred to as "La Passeggiata Archeologica". It shows figures that find their spatial dimension thanks to the perspective given by the tiled floor on which they move. In this case it is proposed in the white background variant still made with the decal technique. It is also available on a black background. The gold threading is done by hand following the firing process. Arte di Gio Ponti is a collection of authentic objets d'art with which the story of tradition and craftsmanship of the Florentine Maison is told, through the most sophisticated creations of the renowned architect, Artistic Director of the Manifattura from 1923 to 1933 and who helped make Ginori 1735 known worldwide.
020RG00 FPT000010330G00122700
Arte di Gio Ponti

PASSEGGIATA ARCHEOLOGICA PLATE WHITEArte di Gio Ponti

€694
Dimensions
↥ 3.6cm
Ø 33cm
1240g
Designer
Gio Ponti
Description
White porcelain plate "Passeggiata Archeologica". Arte di Gio Ponti Collection.
With this decoration, architect Gio Ponti reinterprets the Manifattura's classicist inspiration, evoking the 18th-century taste of Grand Tour travelers and referring to the route, inaugurated in 1918, at the excavations in Rome and referred to as "La Passeggiata Archeologica". It shows figures that find their spatial dimension thanks to the perspective given by the tiled floor on which they move. In this case it is proposed in the white background variant still made with the decal technique. It is also available on a black background. The gold threading is done by hand following the firing process. Arte di Gio Ponti is a collection of authentic objets d'art with which the story of tradition and craftsmanship of the Florentine Maison is told, through the most sophisticated creations of the renowned architect, Artistic Director of the Manifattura from 1923 to 1933 and who helped make Ginori 1735 known worldwide.
020RG00 FPT000010330G00122700
Gift box included
Made in Italy
Made in Italy
Not dishwasher safe
Not dishwasher safe