Turandot

 

 

 

East meets west

Inspired by the opera of the same name by Giacomo Puccini, the Turandot decor is an homage to the 18th century chinoiseries, which already played an important role in the Rosenthal designs of the late 19th century. Gianni Cinti tells us that he had the idea for the complex decoration when he remembered a visit to the shore of West Lake in Hangzhou, China.

Discover Heritage Turandot

Dragonflies

The background for the poetic porcelain paintings is a white or dark blue background framed by a narrow gold rim. A lavish farandole of peony blossoms, bamboo and ginkgo leaves in delicate colours meets golden dragonflies.

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Soup Dish 15 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 63.75*

Available

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Table light 2pcs. /scent wax

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 116.50*

Available

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Vase 24 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 263.50*

Available

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Platter flat 26x24 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 112.75*

Available

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Teabox

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 136.25*

Currently out of stock

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Service Plate 33 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 116.50*

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Service Plate 33 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 116.50*

Available

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Plate 27 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 57.75*

Currently out of stock

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Plate 18 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 44.00*

Available

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Tea Pot 3

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 263.50*

Currently out of stock

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Box round

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 116.50*

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Tea cup with saucer

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot white
£ 87.25*

Available

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Tray 10 cm

Rosenthal Heritage Turandot blue
£ 57.75*

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The interweaving of western and eastern elements is emphasised by the extension of the collection to include elements of classical Chinese food culture such as rice and soup bowls, porcelain spoons, chopstick holders and tea caddies.

Turandot Glass

The collection is complemented by a comprehensive glass collection. In addition to numerous drinking glasses, two glass vases are also available, which are decorated with the golden dragonfly motif. All glass items are available in the colours clear or light purple.

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Vase 20 cm

Turandot Neodym Purple - Gold
£ 116.50*

Available

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Vase 20 cm

Turandot Klar - Gold
£ 116.50*

Available

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Vase 15 cm

Turandot Neodym Purple - Gold
£ 77.50*

Available

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Vase 15 cm

Turandot Klar - Gold
£ 77.50*

Available

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Champagne saucer

Turandot Light Purple
£ 34.25*

Available

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Champagne saucer

Turandot clear
£ 34.25*

Available

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Champ Flute

Turandot Light Purple
£ 34.25*

Available

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Champ Flute

Turandot clear
£ 34.25*

Available

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Red wine

Turandot Light Purple
£ 34.25*

Available

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Red wine

Turandot clear
£ 34.25*

Available

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White wine

Turandot Light Purple
£ 34.25*

Available

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White wine

Turandot clear
£ 34.25*

Available

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Tumbler large

Turandot Light Purple
£ 24.50*

Available

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Tumbler large

Turandot clear
£ 24.50*

Available

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Tumbler small

Turandot Light Purple
£ 22.50*

Available

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Tumbler small

Turandot clear
£ 22.50*

Available

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About Gianni Cinti

Gianni Cinti is at home in many worlds: in product design and fashion as well as in illustration and graphic design. He received his design education at the Istituto Superiore per le Industrie Artistiche in Urbino. Cinti designs for companies such as Sambonet, Rosenthal and Pininfarina as well as for fashion brands such as Marithé + François Girbaud, Alberta Ferretti and many others. Before becoming self-employed as a designer and consultant with his own studio in Milan, he worked for five years as assistant to the Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferré.

He currently works as a design consultant for many international companies. As a cosmopolitan, a curious traveller, and someone who is passionate about contemporary art, he is a visiting lecturer at numerous universities all over the world and teaches design at the Istituto Europeo di Design in Milan, the city in which he lives and works.