The winter landscape in Vorobyevsky’s works turns into a wondrous fairy-tale setting, where bright gingerbread houses, buried in snowdrifts, stand on the hill surrounded by branches and fluffy first in the snow. The artist masterfully depicts white primordial snow on the white surface of Imperial bone porcelain. In 1962, the painter embellished tea service “Dear Lady Winter” which author’s original is currently kept in the State Hermitage collection. In 1984, “Winter’s Tale” was awarded a gold medal at the International Fair in Leipzig. This design includes a heartwarming design with vibrant buildings coming in the colors scarlet red and mustard yellow with impeccable designs of the snowy atmosphere and the deep blue night sky. 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. In the modern assortment collection of IFF, the pattern has been transferred onto the form “Spring-time”. This bright overglaze painting will create a festive mood in your home and will become an integral part of the tea party. This porcelain service is a perfect housewarming gift.
Author’s original set is currently kept in the State Hermitage collection.
Material: bone porcelain
Work: hand painting, polychrome overglaze, gold plating
- Tea Pot – H/L/W: 160x200x128mm – 800ml – 1pc
- Sugar Bowl – H/L/W: 124x160x110mm – 400ml – 1pc
- Creamer – 1pc
- Cup – 250ml – H/L/W: 68x110x94mm – 6 pcs
- Saucer – D/H: 144x23mm – 6 pcs
- Dessert Plate – Diameter: 188mm – 6 pcs
Image Designer: A.V.Vorobievsky
Form Designer: S.Yakovleva