12 - 13 October 2009
A porcelain dinner plate from the Service of the Order of St Andrew First Called
by the Gardner Porcelain Factory, Moscow, period of Catherine II, 1778-1780
Circular, the centre painted with the star of the Order, the border painted with the collar and the cross of the Order, with undulating gilt rim, marked under base with blue underglaze 'G' and incised star
9¾ in. (24.9 cm.) diameter
Design by G. I. Kozlov.
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London, 1 Belgrave Square, Exhibition of Russian Art, 4 June-13 July 1935, p. 43, number CV (part of).
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