London, South Kensington
25 March 2009
FOUR TILES, CIRCA 1930
for Richard Genori, polychrome ceramic in giltwood frames, variously titled, 'IIl Giardiniere Stanco'; 'Lo Stanco Marinaio', 'Il Cacciatore Stanco', and a figure of gentleman, untitled, two signed Gio Ponti, each marked to the reverse Richard Ginori, S Cristoforo Milano, Made in Italy numbered 45 and impressed initials RGM.
largest 5¾in. (14.5cm.) square (4)
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