Exclusive porcelain, made in Italy
The refined and extraordinary Collections of the ancient Venetian porcelain of Geminiano Cozzi come back to life thanks to the project initiated by Antonio Tognana, real promoter of the revival of the avant-garde eighteenth-century brand, well known to the fans of porcelain and ceramics for being one of the first Italian manufactures of the 18th century.
“The White Gold” by Geminiano Cozzi Venice is today hosted in the most important international art museums and it is subject of interest and research from collectors around the world, also beaten by Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Pandolfini, and others important auction houses.
Conquered by the ante litteram entrepreneurial brilliance of Geminiano Cozzi, in the last few years Antonio Tognana has started an interesting brand-rebirth’s plan. It involves the production of different ranges of products, realized for residential houses or for restaurants and luxury hotels. A craftsmanship of the Excellence that continues to gain the appreciation of an ever-wider audience.
The three distinguishing souls of the new Geminiano Cozzi Venice 1765 are below described.
Tradition: reproduction of items and/or decorative patterns from the historical archive of the Manufacture, rich in polychrome decorations in which delicate figures alternate with floral motifs, fairy butterflies follow typical “bersò” motifs. Tones of red iron, emerald green, cobalt blue and purple, sometimes adorned by pure gold.
Total white: the purity of fine bone china shines in all its translucency. The ivory white becomes the ideal background and frame for the creativity of the greatest chefs of the world.
Tailor Made: the artisan savoir faire meets the needs of the most demanding customers. A totally customizable decoration strictly Made in Italy in our Atelier.
Tradition and innovation blend in this ambitious project undertaken with great enthusiasm by Antonio Tognana, deeply convinced that “the charm of Venetian craftsmanship will conquer all the lovers of Beauty in its absolute meaning”.