RICHARD GINORI PORCELAIN ‘FIESOLE’ PATTERN DINNER SERVICE, TWENTIETH CENTURY.Est. $1,500-$2,500
Sold: $2,280 ($1,900)
Each painted in sepia with local bucolic scenes from the eighteenth century, the well or body surrounded by a gilt vine and the rim within a blue-dotted border of ovals; comprising 16 dinner plates, 16 salad plates, 5 bread and butter plates, 15 tea cups and 14 saucers, 4 oval vegetable dishes, circular tureen and cover, pair of oval tureens, covers and stands, pair of platters, pair of circular bowls, 4 teapots and covers, 2 coffeepots and covers, 8 sugar bowls and covers, 2 sugar bowls without covers, 5 cream pitchers, each painted in green enamel “Richard Ginori” printed “MANIFATTURA DI DOCCIA/ Florence/ ITALY” and “FIESOLE.” Diameter of dinner plates 10 ⅜ inches, salad plates 7 ⅝ inches, length of platters 16 inches. (100) (Part illustrated)Fiesole is a town in the Tuscany region of Italy, on a scenic height above Florence.