Tea set “Winter Fun” is a beautiful service for four people with the artwork done by an honored artist Vorobievsky A.V on a restored copy of the “Heraldic” from the Hermitage Museum exhibit of the 19th century. A filigree hand-painted work on the elegant “Heraldic” form represents artist’s personal interpretation on the theme of ballet and opera performances of Sergey Dyagilev’s “Russian Seasons” in Paris in the beginning of the 20th century, based on the aesthetics of the creative community “The World of Art” which became the symbol of the cultural era in Russia. Sergey Dyagilev was one of the world’s greatest cultural figures of the early 20th century. His hard work in the cultural field was accompanied by his strong belief in his personal vocation – to become a patron of art. The life-changing turn occurred in 1906 when he travelled to Paris to introduce Russian art to the European audience. Initially, he started with musical shows, and then opera and ballet performances joined “Russian Seasons” and that was the greatest success! An amazingly meaningful historical piece is reflected in the set “Winter Fun” for four people which contains 10 items.
Material: Hard porcelain
Work: hand-painting, hand-cast, overglazing, gold plating
- Tea Pot – W/L/H: 112x196x139mm – 1000ml – 1pc
- Sugar Bowl – W/L/H: 94x125x108mm – 400ml – 1pc
- Cup – W/L/H: 73x93x79mm – 220ml – 2pcs
- Saucer – W/L/H: 141x141x24 ml – 2pcs