Russian Kuznetsov porcelain plate, of scalloped form, decorated with a three quarter sinister portrait of a man wearing jacket and blue scarf, together with another Russian porcelain plate decorated with ladies in a garden (2)
Pair of Russian Kuznetsov porcelain plates, of scalloped circular form, painted with portraits of ladies, surrounded by floral borders with maroon and gilt rims, factory marks to base, diameter 18 cm (2). Provenance: Sotheby's, Belgravia, lot 240, 24/11/77
Russian Kuznetsov porcelain teapot, of globular form, decorated with sprays of leaves and flowers, in tones of green, gilt, white, blue and apricot, on a magenta ground, factory marks to base, height 11 cm
Set of six late 19th/20th century Russian Kuznetsov porcelain cups and saucers, decorated with sprays of flowers and foliage in green, apricot and white on a magenta ground, factory marks to base, a/f (12)
Two 19th century Russian porcelain bowls, both of deep circular form, the interior with a border of painted script, the other decorated with foliage in cream and green on a maroon/pink ground, diameter 16.5 cm (2)
A Russian porcelain coffee cup and saucer, Lomonosov porcelain factory, Leningrad, ''St. Petersburg in winter. Hand painted and embellished with 22-karat gold. With original Lomonosov factory logo is on the bottom of each piece and signed.
Soviet porcelain Propaganda plate, c. 1920, after a design by Sergei Chekhonin, hand painted with blue hammer, sickle, cog, and multi-coloured flowers, with underglaze green factory mark to underside, diameter 23.8 cm, labels: Cf. For comparison Sotheby's…
A pair of Russian fairy tale porcelain display plates, 1988 and 1990, the framed plates each decorated in the manner of Russian lacquer boxes and depicting traditional fairy tales by individual decorators including 'Ruslan and Ludmilla' by Gleb Lobimov…