Bitalian: Bring Style To Your Table with Richard Ginori 1735
Take your dining experience up a notch with the striking ranges of tableware from Richard Ginori 1735, now available from Bitalian.
Tradition and manufacturing excellence intertwine with timeless beauty in the Richard Ginori 1735 collection of homeware. The name Richard Ginori 1735 refers to the eighteenth-century origins of the company, when the Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori launched the future Manifattura di Doccia in Doccia, in the villa of the family estate…
Today some of these timeless offerings are available through local agents Bitalian – who stock five new lines from this renowned brand.
In blue and white, Babele (below) is a range comprising of 65 objects including dinner plates, bowls, teapots, vases and more. Richard Gnori reinterprets the mise en place in a contemporary and virtuous way. The Babele collection is presented in a selection of porcelains, offered in 4 different shapes.
Sometimes nobility depends on your origins. Others from your table. Three hundred years of history and a long tradition in hospitality, and still looks so fresh and charming. The Contessa collection combines timeless craftsmanship and airbrush technology, while pigments and precious metals are applied and hand-drawn on each piece. Charming, just like its guests.
Lose yourself in a beautiful maze. Without fear of challenging the ordinary. Invite your guests to enter the maze. A logical path of lines that creates a fascinating optical effect, where ancient mythology and contemporary design meet. The Labyrinth collection was inspired by the model created by Gio Ponti in 1926. An elegant way to dine outside the box.
In gorgeously bright and contemporary colours, Protea is the perfect addition to any modern table. These have been exclusively designed by Missoni for Richard Ginori.
Iconic Missoni motifs inspire the decorations of this set. Unmistakeable signs create an alternation in playful, concentric zigzags and stripes in shades of green, blue, pink, orange, grey and red. Designed by Missoni for Richard Ginori.