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Hungarian winner of the Giro d’Italia wins a porcelain trophy from Horohaza

The Hollóháza porcelain trophy will be awarded to the winners of the first three stages of the Giro d’Italia Road Cycling Race starting in Budapest on Friday. MTI Report.

Marketing Manager Zsuzsanna Hárshegyi Emphasis Hollóházi was an honor of porcelain plantThis year, at the age of 245, he is asked to “make a trophy for the world-famous cycling race stage winner.”

The Giro Winner’s Trophy is a traditionally shaped goblet vase, all three handcrafted with special care and hand-crafted by a fully skilled porcelain maker. Floral designs and 21 carat gold paintings are also handcrafted at the Hollóházi porcelain factory. The hand-painted tulip decoration on the vase is a typical traditional motif of Holohaza porcelain.

A trophy made of holohaza porcelain for the winner of the Hungarian stage of the Giro d’Italia at the showroom of the holohaza porcelain factory in Budapest on May 2, 2022. Photo: Zoltán Barogh / MTI

“This porcelain prize is a highly valued gift to the winners. [Hungarian] stage,” Said Mayor Kaposvár Károly Szita is the starting point for the third and final stages of competition in Hungary. He emphasized that the city is suitable for devoted cycling, not only for its infrastructure and cycling support, but also for its racing organization. For example, last year we hosted the opening stage of Tour de Hongry.

The trophy was awarded to the winner of the World Race for the first time in Manufactory history. For example, Nigel Mansell won a trophy similar to the winner of the 1989 Hungarian F1 Grand Prix.

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