From the Il Viaggio Di Nettuno collection by Luke Edward Hall, this hand decorated mug in pink features a god on one side and a goddess on the other. Is it Neptune and Salacia? Looks more like Antinoös to us.
"Ginori 1735 is an epitome of Italian luxury in terms of style and quality. The second oldest porcelain manufacturer in Europe, the Florentine company has a rich heritage which is seen through the wide range of tableware which is at once modern and timeless.
Many of the styles have numerous colours that can be playfully mixed and matched to add excitement to the table. Or indeed mix between the collections altogether.
The beauty of each Ginori piece is not only in its style, but its quality. Every plate is heavy and sturdy, made by hand in Florence and goes through multiple processes and firings. These are dishes to use and bring joy for all occasions."
Hand-painted porcelain with gold detailing
400cl; Weight: 240g
Gift Box: Yes
Due to its handmade nature, no two pieces are exactly alike. Hand-wash in warm water; Dishwasher safe at or below 40°C