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Paola Navone’s Trompe l’oeil Design Uses Glaze To Simulate Repaired Vintage Dishes.

July 7th, 2011


Porcelain manufacturer Richard Ginori was founded in Italy by Florentine Marquis Carlo Ginori in 1735, and gives home to hundreds of stunning, colorful patterns. I love this line of dinnerware named “Broken”….. can you see why?
This collection of tablewear was designed in 2010 by architect and eclectic product designer Paola Navone. Each of these stark white porcelain pieces features printed cracks “repaired” with trompe l’oeil metal staples.

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