Series of Seven Plates "Domes of Italy" by Piero Fornasetti, 1960s


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Series of 7 decorative plates in hand-decorated porcelain with gold inserts. The "Cupole d'Italia" collection, created by Piero Fornasetti in the 1960s, was reserved for the friends of the engineer Andrea Brenta from Milan. Every single plate is silk-screened and numbered from 1 to 7.

One plate with a diameter of 31 cm and six plates with a diameter of 24.5 cm.

Fornasetti is an Italian luxury design brand founded by Piero Fornasetti in 1940. The brand produces a wide range of products, including furniture, wallpaper, lamps, ceramics and fabrics. These products are all characterized by Fornasetti's distinctive style, which is a blend of classicism, surrealism and humor.

Piero Fornasetti was an Italian artist, interior designer, sculptor and printmaker, best known for his extravagant and theatrical designs. His work was inspired by classical Italian art and architecture, as well as the Surrealist movement.

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