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'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four

Item# RIGI20VIA279MUL
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Ginori 1735 Viaggio Di Nettuno Mix Of 4 Flat Bread Plates Cm 16 In. 6 1/2 Impero Shape Multicolor ${masterID} 2
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' bread plates, set of four  RIGI20VIA279MUL
Bringing together designer Luke Edward Hall's fondness for Greco-Roman mythology — particularly the Roman god Neptune and his wife Salacia — with high quality porcelain and bold, unexpected colours, Richard Ginori's 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' collection is a smooth introduction of art to the table. Each featuring a drawing of shell in a nod to Neptune being God of the Sea, these four bread plates are presented in blue, pink, white and orange with circular decorative meanders and hand decorated precious metal detailing for a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision. Made in Italy.

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Bringing together designer Luke Edward Hall's fondness for Greco-Roman mythology — particularly the Roman god Neptune and his wife Salacia — with high quality porcelain and bold, unexpected colours, Richard Ginori's 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' collection is a smooth introduction of art to the table. Each featuring a drawing of shell in a nod to Neptune being God of the Sea, these four bread plates are presented in blue, pink, white and orange with circular decorative meanders and hand decorated precious metal detailing for a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision. Made in Italy.
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FRANKBROS says
Bringing together designer Luke Edward Hall's fondness for Greco-Roman mythology — particularly the Roman god Neptune and his wife Salacia — with high quality porcelain and bold, unexpected colours, Richard Ginori's 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' collection is a smooth introduction of art to the table. Each featuring a drawing of shell in a nod to Neptune being God of the Sea, these four bread plates are presented in blue, pink, white and orange with circular decorative meanders and hand decorated precious metal detailing for a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision. Made in Italy.

Technical

Porcelain
Length 160mm
Height 20mm
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Technical
Porcelain
Length 160mm
Height 20mm

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