This set is an elegant bone porcelain coffee cup and saucer with a traditional design of the “Cobalt Net”, which has been used as a “hallmark” of the factory over the years. This design has a grid-like pattern with dashes of golden plated bowls that tie the net together. Anna Yatskevitch, is the original designer of this “Cobalt Net” collection and has based her painting on the motifs of the first service from the porcelain creator, D.I.Vinagradov. D.I.Vinagradov produced this impressive set for Empress Elizaveta Petrovna in the 1750s. This impeccable collection has also become the classic symbol and style of St.Petersburg. This style became so popular and legendary that this collection is presented in the largest museums in Russia and abroad, as its admired for its history and one-of-a-kind design. Since 1950, “Cobalt Net” on the shape of the “Tulip” service, created in 1963 by the sculptor S.E.Yakovleva has been replicated at the factory of the National Porcelain Factory named after Lomonosov (in 1944). In 1958, at the first post-war World Exhibition in Brussels “EXPO’58”, set service was awarded the Gold Medal for the harmonious combination of the form and painting. In 1996–1999, the artist of the factory, G.D.Shulyak, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation, created the painting of dining and gift items. This is one of the most famous designs which is historically adored by everyone. This set is fully functional, it is not microwave or dishwasher safe and the cup contains a volume capacity of 140ml.
Porcelain Coffee Cup and Saucer ”Cobalt Net” by Lomonosov factory
This is a hand-made and hand-painted underglaze porcelain coffee cup and saucer with a traditional net design produced to impress Empress Elizaveta Petrovna in the 1750s. Over time, this design became a hallmark of the first porcelain factory in Russia and a symbol of the city.
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