There would be neither wine, nor porcelain, without earth. Clay is one of the many shapes of the earth. Earth can be called schist sandstone and limestone and be a cradle for Sangiovese, or it can be richer in clay, suitable for Merlot. These two types of soil are so rich in history, life and character they inscribed the noble clay of Richard Ginori 1735 in the creation of Geni di Luce, a work in two plates, born to present a wine and its land through the excellent Italian art of ceramics.
The first part of the work is Gene X, the earth of Sangiovese.
It’s a plate made with the finest porcelain with multiple reliefs inspired by the gretto del terriccio, decorated with precious metal colours and later enriched and hand threaded in the painting workshop with pure gold.
A work shining with light, exclusively for Luce.
Richard Ginori 1735
Richard Ginori 1735 is the top brand for porcelain, historically linked to great figures in architecture, design and fashion. With over 270 hours of history, it’s one of the most well-known icons in Made in Italy. The production of the pieces is in Sesto Fiorentino, in one of the most prestigious factories still functioning, where you can still experience the same laborious work of Renaissance painting workshops.VISIT THE WEBSITE