Tea Cup Saucer, 7 3/4 ounce | Heritage Midas

Tea Cup & Saucer, 7 3/4 ounce | Heritage Midas

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SKU: 10480-408684-14640
Color: Gold
Decoration: Floral
Style: Luxurious & Glamorous
Volume: less than 10 ounce
Pattern: Heritage Midas
Material: Porcelain
Product: Tea Cups
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This impressive Rosenthal dinnerware is called Heritage Midas. It is produced using the finest porcelain creating a style that is best described as luxurious and glamorous. The tea cup & saucer can hold up to 7 3/4 oz. of liquids. The most prominent color of this item is gold. Playful floral decorations make this piece an eye catcher on every table or countertop.

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Width: 7 inch
Height: 3 1/4 inch
Capacity: 7 3/4 oz.

Family stories: With the Rosenthal Heritage Collection, Gianni Cinti translates 14 years of Rosenthal history and tradition into the here and now. With an extremely imaginative handwriting and abstract borrowings from Rosenthal's history, "new classics" are created ? with the demand to be passed on from generation to generation. Each individual design is an eclectic interplay of forms, colours and patterns from different epochs and cultures, held together by a visual clip of precious gold tones and delicately interwoven with personal memories.

Designer Info

Gianni Cinti

Gianni Cinti is at home many worlds: product design and fashion as well as illustration and graphic design. He received his design education at the Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche Urbino. Cinti designs for companies such as Sambonet, Rosenthal and Pininfarina as well as for fashion brands such as Marith? + Fran?ois Girbaud, Alberta Ferretti and many others. Before becoming self-employed as a designer and consultant with his own studio Milan, he worked for five years as assistant to the Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferr?.
He currently works as a design consultant for many international companies. As a cosmopolitan, a curious traveller, and someone who is passionate about contemporary art, he is a visiting lecturer at numerous universities all over the world and teaches design at the Istituto Europeo di Design Milan, the city which he lives and works.