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Today we are delighted to offer for sale a lovely vintage Lomonosov Imperial Porcelain “Cobalt Net” coffee and tea set! The Imperial Porcelain Factory was established by Dmitry Ivanovich Vinogradov in 1744 in Russia. In 1925 the factory was given the name of the Russian Academy of Science founder, Mikhail Lomonosov. This fabulous porcelain set is finely and expertly crafted, and is composed of a coffee pot, teapot, sugar and creamer. The set is painted in the iconic “Cobalt Net” pattern which features cobalt and gilt accents. The pieces are marked on the bottom the Lomonosov logo and “Made in Russia” and “Made in USSR”. Set presents beautifully and is in excellent condition, with very minimal wear from light and careful use. No chips or cracks. Exhibiting finesse and luxury this porcelain coffee and tea set will grant an opulent touch to your tabletop. Fresh to the market!
Dimensions of teapot: 7-5/8″ L x 5-1/8″ H x 4-1/2″ D Dimensions of coffee pot: 7-7/8″ L x 7-1/2″ H x 4-1/2″ D Dimensions of sugar: 6-1/2″ L x 4-1/5″ H x 4-1/8″ D Dimensions of creamer: 5″ L x 3-3/8″ H x 3-7/8″ D
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