Doccia Porcelain Photos

The Doccia porcelain manufactory near Florence was founded about 1735.

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Porcelain coffee pot & bowl by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain bowl painted with tree of bird by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain cups & plate by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain St. Mark Evangelist attrib. to Gaspero Bruschi of Doccia Manuf., Italy at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Porcelain coffee pot & bowl (1740-80) by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain bowl (1745-1800) painted with tree of bird by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain cups & plate (early 1800s) by Doccia manufactory of Florence at Pitti Palace Ceramics Museum. Florence, Italy.Porcelain St. Mark Evangelist (c1747-50) attrib. to Gaspero Bruschi of Doccia Manuf., Italy at Detroit Institute of Arts. Detroit, MI.
Vienna International Exhibition maiolica plate by Ginori Factory of Doccia, Italy at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Reader porcelain plate by Gio Ponti for Manuf. Richard-Ginori of Doccia, Italy at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.

Vienna International Exhibition maiolica plate (c1873) by Ginori Factory of Doccia, Italy at National Museum of Scotland. Edinburgh, Scotland.Reader porcelain plate (1927) by Gio Ponti for Manuf. Richard-Ginori of Doccia, Italy at Sèvres National Ceramic Museum. Paris, France.


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