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The Fornasetti calendar plate for 1972 depicts a golden cornucopia issuing the months of the year with gold symbols of lucky charms. According to the Fornasetti website, "The calendar plate is a distinctive Fornasetti trademark. It was born in 1968 from the “annuari”, limited edition hand-printed booklets designed by Piero Fornasetti at the request of Gio Ponti in the 1940s. Each year is described by an original design and a typical Fornasetti motif: suns, moons, playing cards, owls, cats, zodiac signs etc." From 1968 to 1988, Piero Fornasetti then created and produced the calendar plate as an annual tradition to bring in the New Year which was not sold but given as a gift from Fornasetti to friends and clients. In 1989, his son Barnaba Fornasetti continued in his father’s footsteps establishing a limited edition of 700 or 750 plates. The 2013 edition stands as a celebration of the birth of the Italian atelier’s founder Piero Fornasetti, depicting a portrait of the artist himself. less
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The Fornasetti calendar plate for 1972 depicts a golden cornucopia issuing the months of the year with gold symbols of lucky charms. According to the Fornasetti website, "The calendar plate is a distinctive Fornasetti trademark. It was born in 1968 from the “annuari”, limited edition hand-printed booklets designed by Piero Fornasetti at the request of Gio Ponti in the 1940s. Each year is described by an original design and a typical Fornasetti motif: suns, moons, playing cards, owls, cats, zodiac signs etc." From 1968 to 1988, Piero Fornasetti then created and produced the calendar plate as an annual tradition to bring in the New Year which was not sold but given as a gift from Fornasetti to friends and clients. In 1989, his son Barnaba Fornasetti continued in his father’s footsteps establishing a limited edition of 700 or 750 plates. The 2013 edition stands as a celebration of the birth of the Italian atelier’s founder Piero Fornasetti, depicting a portrait of the artist himself. less

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Midcentury
Condition
With issues
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Piero Fornasetti Porcelain Calendar Plate for the Year 1972.

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Don’t hesitate and ask seller about finishing, materials and color options, size, packaging or request other related information for this item.

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