Very rare six-person table set designed by Guido Andlovitz, marked S. C.I. Laveno. Synthetic floral decoration on ivory background.
The 'Vittuone' shape was exhibited at the VI Triennale of Milan in 1936.
The set consists of:
- 12 flat plates, diameter: 23 cm;
- 6 soup dishes, diameter: 22 cm;
- 6 dessert plates, diameter: 20 cm;
- 1 salad bowl, diameter: 23 cm;
- 1 salad bowl with handles, diameter: 23 cm;
- 1 oval serving dish, 36 x 27 cm;
- 1 tureen, diameter: 24 cm, height: 12 cm.
Please note: the 2 salad bowls have stains caused by wear. 1 soup dish and 1 small plate have a chip on the bottom level with the border.
Guido Andlovitz and Giò Ponti were the undisputed protagonists of the renewal of Italian ceramics. Ponti took on the conceptual role; Andlovitz was the one who made what the former theorised, so much so that after the Triennale of 1936, Ponti defined Andlovitz his greatest interpreter.
Shipping: UPS courier, tracked parcel.
- Aantal items
- Koffieservies voor 6
- Sterk aardewerk
- Ontwerper / Kunstenaar
- Guido Andlovitz
- Fabrikant / Merk
- Società Ceramica Italiana - Laveno
- Model / Naam
- Forma "Vittuone"
- Art Deco
- Geschatte periode
- Land van herkomst
- In goede staat - gebruikt met geringe sporen van ouderdom.