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A SOVIET PROPAGANDA TEACUP AND SAUCER IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, WITH LATER BLUE OVERGLAZE STATE PORCELAIN FACTORY MARK OF HAMMER, SICKLE AND COG, DATED 1922 14k

A SOVIET PROPAGANDA TEACUP AND SAUCER IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, WITH LATER BLUE OVERGLAZE STATE PORCELAIN FACTORY MARK OF HAMMER, SICKLE AND COG, DATED 1922 14k

A PORCELAIN MILITARY PLATE BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1844

A PORCELAIN MILITARY PLATE BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1844

A porcelain coffee pot by the BATENIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, circa 1820

A Porcelain Coffee Pot By the Batenin Factory, St Petersburg, circa 1820

set of twelve russian porcelain dessert plates from the kremlin service, imperial porcelain manufactory, st. petersburg, period of nicholas I (1825-55) - Sotheby's

set of twelve russian porcelain dessert plates from the kremlin service, imperial porcelain manufactory, st. petersburg, period of nicholas I - Sotheby's

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER II

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER II

An antique Russian Imperial porcelain plate from the Wedding Banquet service of Grand Duke Constantine (Konstantine) Nikolaevich (son of tsar Nicholas I) and German Princess Alexandra Iosifovna of Saxe-Altenburg. Made at the Imperial Porcelain Factory in St Petersburg in 1848. The service was designed by Feodor Solntsev (1801-1892), - an architect,  painter,  professor of the Saint Petersburg Academy of Arts, archaeologist and an expert in Russian antiquities.

An antique Russian Imperial porcelain plate from the Wedding Banquet service of Grand Duke Constantine (Konstantine) Nikolaevich (son of tsar Nicholas I) a

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1841

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1841

AN IMPORTANT PORCELAIN MILITAR

AN IMPORTANT PORCELAIN MILITAR

ANTIQUE RUSSIAN KORNILOV PROCELAIN CUP SAUCER PARDALOKAMPOS HANDLE, KOMILOV BROTHERS FACTURY, CIRCA 1835-1840.CUP OF BULBOUS FORM ON A PERFORATED FOOT, EXTERIOR OF CUP SND CASVETTO OF SAUCER DECORATED WITH GILT CARTOUCHES ON GROUND SURROUNDING DELICATE HAND PAINTED IMAGES OF FLOWERS, INTERIOR OF CUP DECORATED WITH GILDED SCROLLWORK.

Antique Russian Kornilov Porcelain Cup and Saucer, Circa Bulbous Cup with Pardalokampos Handle and Perforated Foot, Exterior with Gilt Cartouches Surrounding Delicate Hand Painted Flowers, Interior of Cup with Gilded Scrollwork

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A Russian Porcelain Dinner Plate from the Service for the Imperial Order of St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas II dated 1896

Antique Russian Imperial Porcelain Cup And Saucer

Antique Russian Imperial Porcelain Cup And Saucer

Antique Russian Imperial Porcelain Cup and Saucer from the banquet service of Peterhof Palace. Both pieces are painted with a gold cipher of Tsarevich Alexander III, made at the Imperial porcelain factory during his reign.

IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY Vase with Pigeons, late 1830's-early 1840's Hard-paste Porcelain  Imperial Porcelain Factory, Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens

From Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens, Imperial Porcelain Factory, Vase with Pigeons (ca. Porcelain, 15 in

IMPERIAL PORCELAIN PLATE WITH VIEW OF CHURCH OF VLADIMIRSKAYA MOTHER OF GOD NEAR VLADIMIRSKIYE GATE OF KITAY-GOROD, MOSCOW, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Period of Nicholas I, 1843; dated and signed 'N. Savelyev' in Cyrillic under base.

Imperial porcelain plate with view of Church of Vladimiriskaya Mother of God near Vladimirskiye Gate of Kitay-Gorod, Moscow. Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Period of Nicholas I, dated and signed 'N. Savelyev' in Cyrillic under base.

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