This is a intage teapot made at Imperial Porcelain Factory. Alexey Viktorovich Vorobyevsky is a legend of Soviet decorative art, who created his unique method of porcelain mural: at first, he used a pen to draft a pattern and then applied a fine brush to correlate the pattern with different paints. Currently, Imperial Porcelain Factory, which has been a manufacturer of hand-painted ceramics in Saint Petersburg, monthly issues over hundreds of art pieces after paintings of A.V. Vorobyevsky. This teapot “Fantastic butterflies” is a creation of Anna Nosova, who has cooperated with A.V. Vorobyevsky. The bowl “Butterfly Flight” of a famous artist inspired Anna to retain the author’s original style and decorativeness of the pattern. The handle, foot and spout of the teapot are decorated with gilded lines, emphasizing the unusual shape of the teapot. Fantastic butterflies with vibrant colours such as hot pink, vibrant red and mustard yellow are splattered creating the magnificent butterfly shape outlined in shimmering gold gilding. This design flies all over the porcelain sky among beautiful golden flowers and can almost leap out of the antique teapot into your kitchen, which enhances a luxurious and pure atmosphere and is a perfect gift for everyone.
Material: bone china porcelain
Work: hand-cast, hand painting, overglaze, gold plating