Russian Porcelain

A beautiful Catherine The Great Soup Plate circa 1780, from the "Every Day Service". Beautifully painted floral displays surrounded by a lattice border. Superb condition, with the personal mark of Catherine the Great on the back
A wonderful Kusnetsov Tea Cup and Saucer, circa 1840.
Superb condition with a decoration of floral displays of stylised chrysanthemums and other flowers with a vase and grasses with a Japanese lady in a kimono and umbrella. With a gilt rim to both cup and saucer and a pattern blue and tan diamond shapes to the rims.
A Russian Gardner Tea Service circa 1840 consisting of a tea pot, sugar bowl, milk jug and slop bowl, decorated with floral sprays and gilt scroll work with gilt rims. All perfect except the lid of the sugar bowl which is cracked and restuck.
A Russian Popov Tea Cup and Saucer circa 1815. The Cup and Saucer both have looped gilt rims and scenes of a young man and girl against a gilt pastoral scene. The Cup has an intertwined twig handle. Superb condition and early for the Popov factory.
A trio of 18th century probably Russian plates with a royal blue border and floral sprays. All in superb condition, the numbers 627 on the back with a "j" or "5" above.
A Dinner Plate from the Korbievsky Service 1910. The original French design was repeated in later additions by the Imperial Porcelain Factory as more pieces were added. The cavetto is painted with a large scale grape and leaf pattern interspersed with gilded vines. The centre medallion is a spray of daisies within a gilded band.
A Kornilov Brothers Water or Coffee Jug circa 1900. In perfect condition with floral decoration underglaze to both the jug and cover. Clear Kornilov mark to the base of the jug. SOLD

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