Russian ceramics

More than 2000 units.
The items (over 200 units), received from the collections of the Museum of Old Petersburg (founded in 1907) and the Museum of the City (founded in 1918) formed the beginning of the collection of Russian porcelain.

Vases, decorative dishes, plates with the views of St. Petersburg, table sets, tea and coffee sets made at the state and private plants of Moscow, St. Petersburg, Novgorod and other cities of the Russian Empire.

The collection contains both serial products and custom-made individual items. It could be decorative dishes, glasses, Easter eggs, miniatures on porcelain. The collection is updated with the objects that existed in the apartments of the citizens of St.Petersburg.

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