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Richard Ginori Dinner Sets

A stunning set raised gold enamel Dessert/Salad plates on white ground by Richard Ginori in the Napoli pattern. Each measures 8 3/4" in diameter and all are in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or restorations, beautiful & elegant. Unfortunately, after Rosenthal purchased Johann Haviland, the company was unable to ramp up to full production due to the onset of another war.

A stunning set raised gold enamel Dessert/Salad plates on white ground by Richard Ginori in the Napoli pattern. Each measures 8 3/4" in diameter and all are in perfect condition with no chips, cracks or restorations, beautiful & elegant. There are no visible knife marks and the gilding is 99.9% intact.† An exceptional, classic dinnerware that is stunning in both form and quality. These will match up with any white or gold pattern dinner service you have beautifully.

Richard Ginori Porcelain took only a passing interest in its Johann Haviland acquisition. Ultimately, Johann Havilandís assets were returned to Germany when the factory was purchased by Rosenthal. Unfortunately, after Rosenthal purchased Johann Haviland, the company was unable to ramp up to full production due to the onset of another war. The Second World War began in 1939 when Germany's Adolf Hitler invaded Czechoslovakia. Again, Germany's people and resources were diverted to the war effort.

Following the Second World War, Rosenthal began to heavily market Johann Haviland china in the United States. Many of the patterns produced during the second half of the century were sold or given away as premiums with groceries. Many families acquired their Haviland China pattern by acquiring one piece at a time, when the familyís grocery shopping was done. The people of the United States favored Johann Havilandís designs because they resembled the elegant Limoges designs for which the Haviland name became popular. To meet the demand for these designsFind Article, the Haviland Waldershof factory remained open through the late 1980ís. Richard Ginoriís products are available here. Please purchase on online http://www.etabletop.com

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