WORLDS COLLIDE: The historic Italian porcelain company Richard Ginori took a more carefree, experimental approach to its latest collaboration, inviting the young and buzzy British interior designer Luke Edward Hall to lend his quirky eye to a tabletop collection.
“We are one of the oldest porcelain companies and maybe the last one in Italy that creates these very fine porcelains. Having the ability to work with a very young and also talented and super generous artist has been extraordinary for our design team,” said Mehdi Benabadji, the company’s new chief executive officer.
The new range, dubbed “Il Viaggio di Nettuno” — which is Italian for “Voyage of Neptune” — includes porcelain plates, mugs, vases and bowls featuring illustrations of Neptune, the ancient Roman god of the sea and shells, in Edward Hall’s signature pastel hues.
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“The collection speaks to both Ginori and Luke because it’s mixing history with