Ginori 1735 arrives in Bangkok

The 287-year-old Italian porcelain brand Ginori 1735 has made its way to Bangkok with the launch of the Oriente Italiano collection, which celebrates classic craftsmanship and the charm of Italian cultural heritage.

Located on the 4th floor of Central Embassy, Danai Sorakraikitikul, an executive of Alist, hosted an exclusive party at Showroom Motive which was attended by celebrities such as Phansak Chunphanya, Thanasith Lertpongnipas, Suchittra Sawatyanon, Piyapan Kusolphatna, Anocha Uahwatanasakul and Haritya Chainuvati.

"Ginori is legendary porcelain from Italy with almost 300 years of history. The brand was founded by Marquis Carlo Andrea Ginori in 1735 in Doccia, Sesto Fiorentino, close to Florence. With top-quality material, the brand has introduced new innovations while maintaining the authentic and traditional Italian method mixed with modern design and patterns created by highly skilled craftsmen reflecting the prosperous time of each era on the hand-made porcelain on the dining table and home decoration items," Danai stated.

"Each pattern is unique and represents the brand as a collection of historic values mixed with high-class and splendid design. It is another dimension of luxury lifestyle on the dining table that can be used every day."

Danai Sorakraikitikul.

The Oriente Italiano collection merges the charm of the East with the elegance and uniqueness of Italian porcelain, creating beautiful patterns of insects and flowers. Bowls, plates, lotus dishes, plate cradles, soup bowls, salad bowls, and coffee and tea sets come in 10 pastel shades and various designs.

Ginori 1735 was the first company to use gold to embellish its porcelain. Its products became masterpieces on dining tables of high-class European and royal families during the 18th century, which was the golden age of floral pattern decor.

The company secured its leading position in contemporary technology and design, which is a blend of ancient and modern, in the 19th century to meet the demands of customers throughout Europe.

In 2013, the Ginori family sold Ginori 1735 to Kering Group, a luxury conglomerate that owns a number of well-known premium labels such as Saint Laurent, Gucci, Balenciaga, Bottega Veneta and Alexander McQueen.

Korn Narongdej.

Suchittra Sawatyanon and Anocha Uahwatanasakul.

Ploylada Thanapaisarnvorakul.

Suchavadee Therakarnanunt.

Phansak Chunphanya and Thanasith Lertpongnipas.

Anocha Uahwatanasakul.

Sikanya Saktidej Bhanubandh.

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