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Piero Fornasetti Milano Porcelain Jewelry Pin Dish Vide Poche Gold Pattern

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A vintage small dish by Piero Fornasetti decorated with a gilt rhombus pattern. Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988) was a versatile and innovative Italian artist and designer. He is best known for his distinctive and imaginative approach to art and design, often incorporating whimsical and surreal elements into everyday objects. Fornasetti's creations span a wide range of mediums, including furniture, ceramics, glass, textiles, and graphics. Fornasetti's artistic vision was deeply rooted in his fascination with classical and neoclassical aesthetics, combined with a sense of humor and playfulness. He often drew inspiration from historical art, literature, architecture, and nature, infusing his designs with layers of meaning and cultural references. One of Fornasetti's most iconic motifs is the face of opera singer Lina Cavalieri, which he used in various iterations across his creations. This distinctive face, often layered with imaginative elements, has become synonymous with Fornasetti's style. Throughout his career, Fornasetti collaborated with various artists, architects, and designers, and his work has been celebrated for its artistic integrity and craftsmanship. His creations are characterized by a sense of timelessness and universality, allowing them to remain relevant and admired by art enthusiasts and collectors worldwide.
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