Ceramics company Richard Ginori holds a special place in the hearts of Italian design lovers. The work that Gio Ponti produced during his reign as art director from 1923 to 1930 is to die for. Last year, our hearts sunk to hear the company was facing bankruptcy and may pass away. Luckily Gucci Group stepped in and saved the day. And this week, we were excited to see Missoni create a special collection of Richard Ginori pieces. The colors are just wonderful.
* All images courtesy of Missoni
Wava CarpenterAfter studying Design History, Wava has worn many hats in support of design culture: teaching design studies, curating exhibitions, overseeing commissions, organizing talks, writing articles—all of which informs her work now as Pamono’s Editor-in-Chief.
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Vintage Ceramic Vase by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1926
Ceramic Vase by Giovanni Gariboldi for Richard Ginori, 1950s
Bottle-Shaped Ceramic Vase by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1930s
Vintage Coffee Service in Porcelain by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori
Ceramic Set by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1936, Set of 4Sale
Vase by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1930sSale
Porcelain Vase by Gio Ponti for Richard-Ginori, 1950s
Art Deco Ceramic Tile by Gio Ponti for Richard-Ginori, 1933Sale
Mid-Century Ceramic Vase by Giovanni Gariboldi for Richard-Ginori, 1952Sale
Hand-Painted & Gilt Ceramic Bowl by Gio Ponti for Richard Ginori, 1930s