Authentic Russian Lomonosov Emperor Design Porcelain Tea Service COBALT NET (22 items, 6 persons).
"COBALT NET" pattern was designed at 1950. The painter for this pattern is Anna Yatskevich. The modeler of the form is Seraphima Yakovleva. Form "Tulip" porcelain, under glaze Cobalt and enamel painting. Prime quality. Hand-painted with 22 K Gold.
6 Tea cups (4 x 2.5 inches);
6 Small saucers (6 inch);
6 Dessert plates (7 inch);
Tea pot (4.5 x 4.5 inch), capacity is 20.3 oz/600 ml.
Sugar Basin with lid (4 x 4 inch).
Creamer (3.5 x 3.5 inch).
Biscuit plate (8 x 1.5 inch)
Each item has the mark Made in Russia and Lomonosov Porcelain Factory logo (LFZ) on the back.
Lomonosov Porcelain factory (formerly the Emperor porcelain factory) was the first one in Russia. Factory was founded in 1744 by Empress Elizabeth, daughter of Peter the Great. Since its inception *LFZ* was more than just quality porcelain production - *LFZ* always created genuine music of porcelain.
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