Lomosov Imperial Porcelain Factory - tea service (10) - Empire

Description
Lomosov Imperial Porcelain Factory - tea service (10) - Empire
Russia - 1975-1980 - Gold, Porcelain

Fantastic Russian Lomonosov porcelain tea tableware. Made by Lomonosov Imperial Porcelain Factory, founded in 1744 in St. Petersburg under the decree of Peter the Great’s daughter, empress Elizabeth, the first porcelain company in Russia and the third in Europe.
LOMONOSOV, COBALT BLUE with 22K GOLD. Motif "Golden Frieze" - very complex pattern - 14th degree complexity! Embellished with 22 carat gold.
The original Lomonosov factory logo present at the bottom of each piece. Authentic item - 100% guaranteed.
Hand-decorated by Russian craftsmen.
Try to avoid the dishwasher.

"GOLDEN FRIEZE" set from LOMONOSOV IPF which is no longer in production and consists of:

3 dishes Ø 14.5 cm
3 plates Ø 18 cm
1 sugar bowl with lid
1 creamer
1 teapot
1 dish for cookies and fruit Ø 21 cm

The items will be very well packaged and shipped by insured mail with track & trace code.

Lot details
No. of items
10
Object
tea service
Material
Gold, Porcelain
Manufacturer/ Brand
Lomosov Imperial Porcelain Factory
Style
Empire
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Estimated Period
1975-1980
Country of Origin
Russia
Weight
1225 g
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