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Teapot pic. Bridges of St. Petersburg, Form Banquet

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Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufacturer
The history of Imperial porcelain factory is inseparably linked with history of Russia, and its production – the Russian art porcelain – is presented in collections of the largest museums of the world. The imperial porcelain factory founded in 1744 in St. Petersburg under the decree of the daughter of Peter the Great empress Elizabeth became the first porcelain enterprise in Russia and the third in Europe. It is here where the talented Russian scientist D.I.Vinogradov (1720–1758) discovered a secret of production of "white gold".   Products of Imperial porcelain factory which are created by artists of top-class, strike with the beauty and refinement of judges from around the world here already nearly three hundred years, being an embodiment of beauty, elegance...
Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufacturer
Brand: Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufacturer
Product Code: 80.62845.00.1
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Teapot "Bridges of St. Petersburg", Porcelain hard. 

 

 

The item is HAND PAINTED and has a stamp of the factory on the bottom. Hand wash is recommended. Gold Leaf !!!

 

 

Description
Material
Hard porcelain, Gold Leaf(22 carats)
Form
Banquet
Author of a form
Yakovleva S.E.
Author of drawing
Shulyak G. D.
Type of a list
Manual list
Length:
7.87" (200 mm)
Width:
4.53" (115 mm)
Height:
6.38" (162 mm)
Volume:
29.08 fl.oz. (860 ml)
Producer:
Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufactory
Article:
80.62845.00.1
Weight:
590 g
 
The brew teapot picture "Bridges of St. Petersburg" manufactured at the Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufactory of hard porcelain using only hand painted. The author of the pattern - Shulyak G. D. Volume teapot is 29.08 fl.oz. (860 ml)
 
Drawing on a teapot - Anichkov Bridge.
 
Anichkov bridge is one of the most famous bridges of St. Petersburg. The permanent stone bridges over the Fontanka river along the line of the Nevsky Prospekt in 1785. 
Its name must bridge Colonel-engineer Mikhail Anichkov, whose battalion during the reign of Peter the Great was stationed behind the Fontanka in the so-called Anichkov settlement.
 
The bridge is decorated with sculptures of four statues of conquering the horse. 
 
Cast in bronze the first two sculptures created by the sculptor Peter Klodt, "the Horse running with the boys" and "Boy taking his horse by the bridle" appeared on the West side in 1841. The sculptures on the East Bank of the West repeated, but were temporary, made of plaster and painted in bronze. Only cast to replace them and barely cooled the bronze horses right from the casting yard Nicholas I gave the Prussian king Friedrich Wilhelm IV. They are now in Berlin. In 1844 the Eastern plaster sculptures were finally replaced by bronze, but did not stand for long, two years later, Nicholas I gave them to the king of the two Sicilies for the hospitality extended to the Russian Empress during a journey in Italy and in 1846 was in Naples. Further copies klodowski horses was in Peterhof, Strelna and Moscow the manor Golitsyn — Kuzminki.
 
Each time they were removed from the bridge and were replaced with plaster copies. Finally, in 1851 the bridge was finally "complete". Klodt did not repeat the former sculptures, and created two new compositions, the result is the statues began to depict four different stages of the conquest of the horse. Statues twice left the bridge: in 1941 during the blockade they were shot and buried in the garden of the Anichkov Palace, and in 2000 they were taken away for restoration and the 300th anniversary of the city returned to its former place.
 
The history of Imperial porcelain factory is inseparably linked with history of Russia, and its production – the Russian art porcelain – is presented in collections of the largest museums of the world. The imperial porcelain factory founded in 1744 in St. Petersburg under the decree of the daughter of Peter the Great empress Elizabeth became the first porcelain enterprise in Russia and the third in Europe.
It is here where the talented Russian scientist D.I.Vinogradov (1720–1758) discovered a secret of production of "white gold".

Products of Imperial porcelain factory which are created by artists of top-class, strike with the beauty and refinement of judges from around the world here already nearly three hundred years, being an embodiment of beauty, elegance and a delicate taste.

Imperial porcelain is a symbol of refinement and luxury of your house, reflection of your unique style. It decorates interiors of houses of persons, whose taste doesn't raise doubts. Among them – the former first lady of the USA Laura Bush, the former first lady of Brazil Marisa Letisija Lula da Silva, the queen of Malaysia Tengku Fauziya Abdoul Rasheed, the first lady of Mexico Marta Sakhagun. Director Valery Fokin, well-known performers Elena Obraztsova, Mireille Mathieu and many other famous people.
 
Note: If you are trying to find a certain item of Imperial (Lomonosov) porcelain factory but can't find it at our store, please, contact us and we will help you to find it. Some details of decor are hand-painted so they can differ in colors as they are done by different masters. We are ready to answer all your questions. Thank you for your interest! Have a nice day!


 

 

Additional description:
Material: Hard porcelain with gold(22 carats)
Patterns: City Views
The author of the form: Yakovleva S.E.
The author of the picture: Shulyak G.D.
Type of a list: Manual list
Length is: 7.87" (200 mm)
Width is: 4.53" (115 mm)
Height is: 6.38" (162 mm)
Collection: Bridges of St. Petersburg
Weight of: 590 g.
Article: 80.62845.00.1
Manufacturer: Imperial (Lomonosov) Porcelain Manufacturer
Shapes: Banquet
Volume is: 29.08 fl.oz. (860 ml)
Product type: Teapot

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