This is an exquisite coffee cup and saucer made from the finest bone porcelain with a pink spring colour scheme which was designed by A.V. Vorobyevsky, constitutes a true trove of the beauty of the art. The form was designed by E.M.Krimmer. The miniature paintings reflect the main themes of the painter’s oeuvre: fantastic spring sceneries, complex floral ornaments, ancient-Russia architectural patterns, and delicate oriental luxury. Filigree painting with gold and vivid colours makes each of the bowls like a piece of jewelry. The bone porcelain coffee set has replicated patterns on the saucer and cup with an intricate lively but soft design replicated from ancient Russian museums and architectural structures which enhances a historic sensation, with a whole one-of-a-kind story, with this spring design. This is made by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg founded in 1744.
Material: bone porcelain
Work: hand painting, gold plating, overglaze