The classic tea pot is a bright, colorful handiwork by a master from the Imperial Porcelain Factory. The tea pot is made in accordance with the old technologies of the Russian porcelain enterprise (the largest in Russia and Europe). The décor is made by hand using overglaze and underglaze painting. The bright, attractive pattern is ideally combined with the snow-white porcelain, emphasizing its beauty and pleasant shade. A high-quality work of authorship will last for many years, while retaining its beauty!
This colorful porcelain tea pot with a magnificent original design will complement any meal - whether it is an ordinary tea party with friends or a holiday feast. The tea pot was made at the legendary Imperial Porcelain Factory, which was opened in the second half of the 18th century, in accordance with the old production methods of the company. The tea pot is decorated manually, using the overglaze technique.
The tea pot is approximately 7 1/2 inch. It is hand - painted with 22 Karat Gold Ink. It has Imperial Lomonosov Porcelain Factory on the bottom. Brand new, never used, excellent condition. The Imperial Porcelain Factory was founded by Empress Elizabeth in 1744 in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
This fine delicate porcelain is a more brilliant white than the usual kind, and thin almost to the point of being translucent. From its first porcelain bear, hand-made by the inventor of Russian porcelain, Dmitry Vinogradov, the factory has continued the tradition of creating life through porcelain.
This quality, demanded by the Imperial Romanov Family, can still be found two and a half centuries later, when more than 300 different types of figurines are made at the factory for people throughout the world to enjoy. And every one of them is handmade and hand-painted. It is this special attention to detail of porcelain artists which infuses each figurine with life, soul, individuality. Durning the Soviet time the factory became known as the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory (LFZ).
In 2005, Lomonosov Porcelain Factory was renamed to its pre-Soviet name, the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory (IPM). Standards of excellence set by Lomonosov sculptors, such as B. Veselov received high international acclaim at World Exhibitions in Brussels, New York, London etc. Pictures are part of the description and reflect the current state of the article.
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