Each porcelain plate has a different word, telling a playful and whimsical story: the simple act of having lunch becomes a sophisticated game.
The tradition and excellence of Richard Ginori’s porcelains are combined with the glamorous and luxuriant vision of artist, renowned jewelry designer and Artemest Creative Director Ippolita Rostagno in a new collection of plates by Artemest, the e-commerce dedicate to the luxury crafts made in Italy.
Crafted of fine porcelain, the stunning pieces combines traditional luxury and poetry, making a statement in any interior.
The charming collection of porcelain plates trimmed with golden details is called “The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess” and it brings to life an exclusive series of unique decorative items inspired by the poet William Blak.
“The collection ‘The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess’ is inspired by the English poet, painter, and printmaker William Blake. The concept is that you never know what is enough until you know what is more than enough. I love this idea because it wraps up exuberance and restraint into a constant dynamic, which is perfect for this moment in which maximalism reigns,” commented Ippolita Rostagno.
The Road to Heaven is Paved with Excess collection consists of different colors and styles, each of them composed of four plates from the most luxurious and precious porcelain by Richard Ginori – the epitome of Italian excellence in the artistic manufacture of premium-quality porcelain.
With a rich tradition and history spanning more than 280 years, Richard Ginori has been associated with key figures in the fields of architecture, design and fashion over time and has established itself as an icon of ‘made in Italy’ excellence.
Artemest, the first e-commerce for luxury crafts made in Italy, was founded in 2015 by world-renowned jewelry designer Ippolita Rostagno and Marco Credendino. The site brings the best Italian craft and design in the categories of home décor and lifestyle to an international audience of art enthusiasts and connoisseurs of beauty.
The plate is dominated by a vivid pink hue with floral patterns and a central decorative motif in pure gold. This delicate design inspired by Richard Ginori’s elegant tradition features a quote from English poet William Blake, making it a playful addition to a lavish table.