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FRANCO POZZI "GRESLINE" Vintage Service Table Set, Italian Design Ceramic, ca 1960 - Pignolet Gallery

FRANCO POZZI "GRESLINE" Vintage Service Table Set, Italian Design Ceramic, ca 1960


  • Creator / Artist / Designer:Franco Pozzi
  • Issuer / Manufacturer:Franco Pozzi Ceramica "GresLine"
  • Mark / Label:Yes
  • Period:20th Century / Mid Century / ca 1960 
  • Country of Origin:Italy
  • Dimensions (H x W x D):13 x 20 x 20 cm
  • Weight:0,5 Kg
  • Number of components:6
  • Condition:Excellent
  • Style:Design Modernism
  • Materials:Ceramic, Earthenware
  • Price:650€

  • Belgium Delivery:Free
  • France Delivery:25€
  • Europe Delivery:30€
  • Worldwide Delivery:40€

FRANCO POZZI for GresLine in Gallarate (Iatly). rare table dinner set ( service, necessary, set ) including salt, pepper, cruet, vinegar, mustard and white ceramic dish (salt, pepper, oil, vinegar, mustard).
Sleek and avant-garde Italian design from the 1950s / 1960s, comprising 6 pieces.
Very good state.

Maison Franco Pozzi (including Ambrogio) is a leading 20th century designer and publisher of artistic ceramics, many of whose works are exhibited in major museums and galleries around the world.

The company collaborates with big names in international Design such as Giò Ponti, Ettore Sottsass, Enrico Baj, Arnaldo Pomodoro, Tullio Pericoli, Guzzini, Pierre Cardin ... mainly for the realization. sets of table service, coffee and dinner service, shaped pieces, vases ...
Franco Pozzi Ceramica has also with Rosenthal and Thomas in Germany, Cristallerie Riedel in Austria, Pierre Cardin in Paris, Alitalia, F.lli Guzzini, I Guzzini Illuminazione, Sirrah illuminazione, Cristalleria Vilca, Padova Argenti, Roman Ceramic Art, Zorushi in Osaka, Toray in Tokio, Vetrerie Luigi Bormioli, Vetrerie Vincenzo Nason in Murano, Argenteria Cassetti, Cristalleria Colle, Ritzenhoff-Germany, Il Coccio, Junod in Switzerland, Ceramiche Rometti, Cristalleria Europa, L'OcaNera, Tognana Porcellane, Vetreria Lux-Montelupo.
From 1951, Ambrogio designed objects with geometric and very Nordic shapes, zoomorphic objects such as the Squalo (Shark) or the Umorometro (1966), the Bombolo (1970-71) and the Cono Piramide (1969), an iconic set of stackable plates.

Many. International exhibitions such as the Triennale from Milano, Faenza, Eurodomus, Die Gute Industrieform Hanover, Moma in NewYork, Expo Montreal, Louvre in Paris, Nordiska in Copenhagen, Ljubjana, Tokyo, Philadelphia, Stuttgart ...

Bibliography: Book "Ambrogio Pozzi" Electa