Il Viaggio De Nettuno Bread Plates
By Ginori 1735
Inspired by Luke Edward Hall’s love of Greco-Roman mythology, and particularly Neptune, the Roman god of the sea, and his wife Salacia, the collection represents an unconventional vision of the art of the table, a dialogue between classical and modern. Drawings of the gods decorate plates, placeholders, cups and vases, and bold, unexpected colours infuse the chinaware with personality. With Il Viaggio di Nettuno collection, Richard Ginori reinterprets the table in a modern vein with uniquely designed objects that are veritable artistic installations.
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