Museo Soup Plate 9.5" by Richard Ginori
The Museo shape was created in the second half of the 1800s. The wave motif was applied to plates with lobed profiles, decorated with bas-reliefs. The name was given in honor of the Richard Ginori Museum, which was the first corporate museum in Europe.
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Richard Ginori was founded in 1735 near Florence, Italy. The Twentieth Century brought most of the current product designs by the company, tied with the pre-and-post-war explosion of Italian fashion and design, with notable designers such as Gio Ponti taking the firm in new and notable directions. In 2013 the firm was acquired by Gucci.