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Sushi set Lily Pond

€85.00

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Sushi set Lily Pond

€85.00

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  • Sushi set composed of: plate and chopsticks in melamine, small plate for soy sauce and chopsticks holder in fine bone china. Hand-decorated.

Design Stefano Giovannoni
  • Stefano Giovannoni

    Born in La Spezia in 1954, Stefano as an architect and designer was taught by Buti at Florence University. In the early 80’s he founded the King-Kong Production Group along with Guido Venturini.......

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    Stefano Giovannoni
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Lily Pond
The close contact with the National Palace Museum of Taiwan’s artistic collections offered by the "Chin Family" project has allowed Stefano Giovannoni’s imagination to run wild, pushing him to measure himself against, and apply his contemporary and very personal interpretation to, the millennia-old tradition of Chinese applied arts. The result is a family of characters, flowers and fruits, each of which interprets a domestic functional role, echoing the grace of seventeenth-century ceramic objects while at the same time openly declaring their modernness.