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Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano

Oriente Italiano Malachite Large Vide Poche
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
of the Oriente Italiano Collection. This decoration combines the use of the carnation, a staple in
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2010s Italian Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Malachite Large Vide Poche
H 1.38 in W 9.45 in D 9.45 in
Oriente Italiano Citrino Large Vide Poche
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
Part of the Oriente Italiano Collection, the design that graces this vide poche will enrich with
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2010s Italian Decorative Dishes and Vide-Poche

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Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Citrino Large Vide Poche
H 1.38 in W 9.65 in D 0.99 in
Set of 6 Oriente Italiano Citrino Dessert Plates
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
afternoon coffee or tea. The eclectic decoration of this set is part of the Oriente Italiano Collection
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2010s Italian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Set of 6 Oriente Italiano Citrino Soup Plates
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
plates is part of the Oriente Italiano Collection. This decoration combines the carnation, a staple in
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2010s Italian Dinner Plates

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Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Iris Set of 2 Espresso Cups and Saucers
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
, part of the Oriente Italiano Collection, is inspired by a mix of Far East décors and Florentine pottery
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2010s Italian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Azalea Set of 2 Espresso Cups and Saucers
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
, part of the Oriente Italiano Collection, is inspired by a mix of Far East décors and Florentine pottery
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2010s Italian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Malachite Set of 2 Espresso Cups and Saucers
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
set, part of the Oriente Italiano Collection, is inspired by a mix of Far East décors and Florentine
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2010s Italian Porcelain

Materials

Porcelain

Oriente Italiano Citrino Set of 2 Espresso Cups and Saucers
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
set, part of the Oriente Italiano Collection, is inspired by a mix of Far East décors and Florentine
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2010s Italian Porcelain

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Porcelain

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Set Plates from the "Oriente Italiano" Series by Richard Ginori, 1960s
By Richard Ginori
Located in Roma, IT
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Vintage Salad Bowl from the "Oriente Italiano" for Richard Ginori, 1960s
By Richard Ginori, Gio Ponti
Located in Roma, IT
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Set of 6 Oriente Italiano Citrino Dinner Plates
By Richard Ginori
Located in Milan, IT
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Richard Ginori Porcelain "Oriente Italiano" Potiche Vase with Cover, Modern
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Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano For Sale on 1stDibs

Find many varieties of an authentic richard ginori oriente Italiano available at 1stDibs. Frequently made of ceramic and porcelain, every richard ginori oriente Italiano was constructed with great care. There are 2 variations of the antique or vintage richard ginori oriente Italiano you’re looking for, while we also have 8 modern editions of this piece to choose from as well. Your living room may not be complete without a richard ginori oriente Italiano — find older editions for sale from the 20th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Each richard ginori oriente Italiano bearing hallmarks is very popular.

How Much is a Richard Ginori Oriente Italiano?

A richard ginori oriente Italiano can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $150, while the lowest priced sells for $65 and the highest can go for as much as $619.

Richard Ginori for sale on 1stDibs

The striking elegance and craftsmanship associated with vintage Richard Ginori porcelain and ceramics are hallmarks of the distinguished Italian manufacturer's deep heritage. Over nearly 300 years, the company has established a legacy of enduring design — its exquisite handmade serving pieces, tea sets, tableware, vases and more are coveted all over the world.

Richard Ginori traces its long history back to the village of Doccia, Italy, where marchese Carlo Ginori opened the Doccia Porcelain Manufactory in 1735. The factory employed talented Viennese painters and modelers, and although it took time for Carlo to perfect his models and molds, the company eventually became known for its impeccable white porcelain, inspired by Ginori's love of white gold. By 1779, the factory’s refined porcelain decorated palaces and stately residences.

In 1896, the factory expanded and merged with the Società Ceramic Richard of Milan. The new company was named Richard Ginori, and the early 20th century marked a period of artistic revival for the manufacturer.

In 1923, the influential Italian architect, publisher and furniture designer Gio Ponti was appointed as the company's artistic director (a role he held until 1933). He was still a young man at the time, but the now-celebrated polymath was fearless in his efforts to innovate at Richard Ginori — he introduced a contemporary spirit at the manufacturer and integrated ancient Roman art and other neoclassical elements into his richly ornate designs for decorative objects and ceramic vessels. At the 1925 International Exhibition of Modern Decorative and Industrial Arts in Paris — the design fair that brought the Art Deco style into the world — both Richard Ginori and its bold artistic director won a Grand Prix.

In the decades that followed, offerings at the storied porcelain manufacturer showed an adoption of the modern style that had taken shape in furniture design and decorative arts during the mid-20th century. In 1954, the company was renamed Ginori 1735, a reference to its inaugural year. Over time, Richard Ginori has partnered with numerous renowned designers such as Giovanni Gariboldi, Antonio Piva, Franco Albini and Aldo Rossi. In 2013, Gucci purchased the Ginori 1735 brand and factory.

On 1stDibs, find a collection of vintage Richard Ginori serveware and decorative objects.