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Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two Sea Blue ${masterID}

'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two

Item# RIGI20VIA870BLU
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Ginori 1735 Viaggio Di Nettuno Flat Dinner Plate Cm 28 In. 11 Impero Shape  Sea Blue ${masterID} 2
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
  • Ginori 1735 'Il Viaggio di Nettuno' dinner plate, set of two  RIGI20VIA870BLU
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. Featuring a drawing of the god against a bright blue background, and circled with orange waves, this porcelain dinner plate is a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision with an additional shot of personality. 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. Featuring a drawing of the god against a bright blue background, and circled with orange waves, this porcelain dinner plate is a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision with an additional shot of personality. 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. Featuring a drawing of the god against a bright blue background, and circled with orange waves, this porcelain dinner plate is a modern reinterpretation of a classic vision with an additional shot of personality. Made in Italy.

Technical

Porcelain
Length 280mm
Height 28mm
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Technical
Porcelain
Length 280mm
Height 28mm

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