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Albus has arrived


Bold hues and patterns give white space to shine for the sleekest statement tablescape.


When temperatures begin rising, layers lighten and fresh colors make the scene. But why not stand apart from a sea of Spring pastels with a dramatic dip into more daring hues and a brilliant pop of white a la the Ginori 1735 Oriente Italiano Albus Collection. Available in charger, dinner plate, and salad plate, this triple threat makes a statement all on its own but really knows how to break up heavier-hued patterns and place settings with stunning aplomb.


This tablescape dances with studied soul and a dash of glamor. Eighties babies can rejoice in the large-scale floral patterns making the most of this scene. The contemporary lily centerpiece bridges the air of excess emanating from the linens. A table this eclectic needs a graceful place setting so as not to lean too gauche. Enter the Albus–a sleek style statement for those contrasting moments.


A sophisticated contrast of black and white offers a dramatic tribute to the pleasures of everyday life with an elegant touch that can veer from a showstopping to subdued flair depending on your design direction and aesthetic. And while all three Albus pieces together are striking, don’t be afraid to mix and match (as this Orientel Italiano Collection is want to do).


Tradition and manufacturing excellence intertwine with this timeless collection. The name Ginori originated in 1735 at the family estate in Doccia outside of Florence, Italy. In 2020, Richard Ginori presented a new beginning with Oriente Italiano. A lush and colorful garden of exotic flowers, an exuberant and unusual lawn party. Ginori wanted to dare by founding a style that combines two elements of the Italian artistic tradition - the elegance of the lines of the original Antico Doccia collection and the delicate charm of the Carnation, a floral motif typical of Faenza ceramics inspired by an imaginary oriental garden bursting with color that animates these porcelain plates. Available in Charger 12.25" Dinner Plate 10.5" Salad 8.25"


Save this haute list for moodboarding your next soiree.


Linen: Painted Daisy

Charger, Dinner Plate, Salad Plate: Ginori Albus

Bread + Butter: Coupe Black

Flatware: Lucca Matte Black + Gold

Glassware: Pure Wine Glass | Kim Seybert Helix Glass | Gloria Gold Rimmed Champagne Flute

Chair: The Bentwood Chair. Otherwise known as the iconic No. 14 bistro chair, designed by Michael Thonet and introduced in 1859 to become the world's first mass-produced item of furniture. Its steam-bending technique required years to perfect and will forever be a classic addition to a well-set table.


Discover more from our Ginori Collection:

Behind the Brand

Shades of Citrino and Malachite

The Magentaverse with Porpora

Accentuated Alfresco

Photography by Taz Bentley Photography | Silk Centerpiece by Botanical Mix | Menus by Kane & Co

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