With a vast history of craftsmanship spanning over 280 years, Richard Ginori 1735 is an expression of excellence and is one of Italy’s leading manufacturers of high-quality porcelain tableware. Over the years, Richard Ginori 1735 has been associated with the world’s top names in architecture, design and fashion, and has made a name for itself as an Italian style icon.
The story begins in 1735 when founder Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori, adviser to the Grand Duke of Tuscany, established the first Italian manufactory of hard-paste porcelain on his family estate in the Doccia region. From humble beginnings on family estates to unprecedented expansion in the 1920’s under the visionary artistic direction of Gio Ponti, Richard Ginori 1735 has consistently been at the forefront of design, technology and Italian production.
Today, just as 280 years ago, Richard Ginori 1735 is inspired by the tireless, painstaking labors of the artistic workshops of the Renaissance and represents creativity, innovation and hand made in Italy.