Antique Ginori Porcelain Dishes


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Set of four Ginori porcelain lobed dishes decorated with the Tulip (Tulipano) pattern. The Tulipano pattern has large flowers painted in iron red, green, blue, yellow, black, and gilt highlights.

The Ginori (Doccia) Porcelain manufactory, at Doccia, near Florence, was founded in 1735 by marchese Carlo Ginori. The factory used tin glaze to soften the gray color of its hard-paste porcelain wares. The tin glaze created a milk white surface which served as an effective background for a palette of strong painted colors. The company is known today as Richard-Ginori.


H 1 in. x Dm 9.25 in.





In this pattern we also have in the shop

  • a charger, 13″ diameter, price: $1,200
  • a shell shaped serving dish, 7″ x 7.75″, price: $600

Please contact us for more information about these dishes.


For an image see: La Manifattura Toscana dei Ginori Doccia 1737-1791 page 140 image 62

The Metropolitan Museum of Art: A Pair of Wine coolers, ca. 1760–70. 

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