Richard Ginori 1735 is still produced in the town where it was founded in 1735 by marchese Carlo Ginori near his villa in Sesto Fiorentino outside Florence Italy. Today, Richard Ginori is the most famous Italian factory producing porcelain dinnerware. Their hand crafted, elegantly designed products have graced museums and the tables of Violetas clientele.
Their range includes all-white to air brushed and hand-painted collections with precious metal decorations. In 2013, the Gucci company purchased Richard Ginori 1735, ensuring that the company will remain true toits Italian heritage of producing the finest porcelain dinnerware.