Coffee cup and saucer “Gifts of the East” are made at the Imperial Porcelain Factory in St. Petersburg from bone china porcelain. The artist uses overglaze painting and techniques of manual casting and painting the images of Vorobyevsky who a legend of Soviet decorative art is created his unique method of porcelain mural. The author of the form is Krimmer E. M. whose works were exhibited at all major Soviet and international exhibitions of applied art. The exact execution of the idea of “Black coffee” gives the unique design of the 50-60s to this magnificent set. This set has a marvelous vibrant design with a unique design style featuring the ancient Russia-architecture designs splattered across the bone porcelain cup. These compositions are composed of vibrant patterns and scenery with the colours pastel green, deep blue, hot pink and glistening gold as the star of the set, all thee colours create a stunning coffee set with the original A.V.Vorobyevsky intricate patterns and style. The painter depicts the Eastern ornament as a city surrounded by amazing flora. The artist works out all the contours in gold. The volume of the Cup is 80 ml., which is very convenient for strong invigorating coffee. This set is a wonderful present for all fans of espresso.
Author of shape – Krimer E.M.
Author of painting – Vorobyevsky A.V.
Manufactured since 1972.
Material: bone porcelain
Work: hand painting, gold plating, overglaze, hand casting
Cup Capacity: 80ml
Cup Dimensions (H/L/W): 55x73x57mm
Saucer Dimensions (H/D): 16x99mm