Numbered edition featuring archival Zadig print so called after the Voltaire novel and first debuted in 1972 with the namesake fragrance. Made in collaboration with German porcelain company Rosenthal, the heritage homewares collection revisits 1960s and 1970s designs. Each item combines the studio's traditional approach to craftsmanship with Emilio Pucci's artful prints and the result is a series of highly sought-after, numbered edition artefacts.
In 1961, Rosenthal launched its studio line inviting artists, designers and architects to create decorative objects and limited-edition sets. Emilio Pucci was the first fashion designer asked to participate and the partnership marked the beginning of Pucci’s expansion to home furnishing and the myriad of ground-breaking lifestyle projects.