PinExt - Imperial / Lomonosov Porcelain 'Cobalt Net' Dinner Set 24 pc. for 6 persons

The Cobalt Net design is the true calling card for the Imperial Porcelain Factory! This design was developed over half-a-century ago by the company’s artist, Anna Yatskevich. The cobalt net set, brought to the Brussels World Fair in 1958 received the gold medal, beating every one of the world’s best porcelain makers. This Russian Imperial porcelain design is based on the XVIII century porcelain set, called “Sobstvenny” (“Personal”), made by the creator of the Russian porcelain industry, Dmitry Vinogradov for Empress Elizabeth.

Product Features

  • Made in Russia by Imperial Porcelain Factory
  • Material: Gold Leaf, Porcelain
  • Dimensions / Capacity: round dish – 12” (30 cm); oval dish – 11” (28 cm); herring dish – 10” (25 cm); soup plate – 9 fl oz (220 ml); small plate – 8” (20 cm); dessert plate – 9.4” (24 cm); 2-portion salad bowl – 12 fl oz (350 ml); 4-portion salad bowl – 24 fl oz (700 ml)
  • Set Contains: 1 four-portion salad bowl, 2 two-portion salad bowls, 1 herring dish, 1 large dish (oval), 1 large dish (round), 6 dessert plates (flat), 6 plates (smooth, small), 6 soup plates
  • Author: A. Yatskevich

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