Manufacturer: Richard Ginori
User: Hotel Clodio
Date of bowl: circa 1980s – present
Notes: The Hotel Clodio is located in Rome, Italy. The redbrick building that houses the Hotel Clodio was built in 1940, reflecting the architectural style of the Mussolini period. The building was used during World War II by the Italian Navy as a private residence for officers. In 1950, the building was converted to the Hotel Clodio and remains a family-run hostelry.
Click here for the Hotel Clodio website.
White body with a dark brown pinstripe border. Topmarked in brown with the symbolic image of Romulus and Remus suckling the she-wolf. Romulus & Remus are considered the traditional founders of Rome, appearing in Roman mythology as the twin sons of the priestess Rhea Silvia and Mars, the God of War. Click here for more information about Romulus & Remus.