In an age of technology, where every home appliance is shiny with stainless finish, one-button automation, and minimalist no-nonsense, have you ever wondered what it’s like to live in a 19th
century home? Where Indian, Japanese, and Chinese cultures merge with European flourish, 19th
century homes would usually have stalwart gambrel roof, honey-colored floors, and furniture designed in adaptation of peculiar beauties found in nature, sometimes with gold finish that creates a touch of opulence. Richard Ginori
, maker of exquisite and elegant porcelain, captures the 19th
century beauty and glamor, with its Voliere
Collection. Lovely and charming, the Voliere
Collection is in Empire-shaped table, tea, and coffee sets; and presented in 12 different graphic subjects framed by floral patterns delicately highlighted by a pure gold contour.
Other Richard Ginori pieces are available at Schiffman’s at Friendly Center.