Two KB Porcelain Grouse Game Birds from Italy Made By Ugo Zaccagnini
Two, KB Porcelain Grouse Game Birds from Italy, Made By Ugo Zaccagnini.
A great example of Work by a well known and documented Italian artist. Vintage mid century Ugo Zaccagnini pottery.
Born in Pistoia, the ceramist Ugo Zaccagnini studied at the Scuola di Disegno Industriale in Sesto Fiorentino. Until 1891 he worked as a sculptor and modeller in the Richard-Ginori ceramics factory in Sesto Fiorentino. After that, he worked several years as a freelancer, before in 1896 he started a business with Egisto Fantechi, Luigi Ceccherini, Augusto Fantini, Francesco Grassi, Paolo Banchelli, and Giuseppe Conti. The business was called S.I.F.M.A. and located in Florence.
In 1905 he opened his own factory under the name ‘Ugo Zaccagnini e Figli’ with headquarters in Florence, producing ceramics in the traditional and the Liberty style. In the years that followed his five children joined the company.
Item Code - CER4C385HAB
Width: 6 1/8" Height: 7 3/4" Depth: 7 3/4"
Weight: 880 grams.
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