Richard Ginori Fiesole Cabaret Set


First introduced in the 1770s, Fiesole was created using an engraving technique to impart scenes, from the Tuscan town it’s named after, onto the pure white Italian porcelain. The Impero shape provides the perfect canvas for these artist pieces. Each scene is accented with 24k gold trim and a unique gold rim oval design. Handmade in Italy.

Coffee set for two people – Fiesole (Italian Scenes)

  • Tray – 30cm
  • Coffee Pot and Cover
  • Creamer
  • Sugar bowl with Cover – tiny flake out of the rim
  • Coffee Cup and Saucer x 2

Excellent condition.

1 in stock


The Richard Ginori porcelain factory, alongside Meissen, is the oldest manufacturer in continuous production and predates the English bone china factories. Founded in 1735, Richard Ginori is one of the few modern enterprises where traditional hand-making skills are preserved.


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