The USSR, the second half of the twentieth century. Originalna plate with the abbreviation and the symbol of the Ministry of the Navy. Perfect collectible status. Diameter 24 see Recommend!
Konakovo faience plant (Konakovo). M. I. Kalinin is a large porcelain factory, one of the oldest in the USSR. Located in the town of Konakovo in Kalinin oblast of the RSFSR. From November 1924 bears the name of M. I. Kalinin. Produces tableware, decorative vessels and sculpture (earthenware, majolica) from imported raw materials. Phys. W. founded in 1809, and in 1870 bought of M. S. Kuznetsov A. A. auerbakh. Produced predominantly Empire style porcelain dishes with prints and hand-painted (often in the spirit of folk ceramics Gzhel). By the 1890s, the plant mastered the production of pottery from pollutans, majolica, porcelain, and its form and decoration marked by a decline in artistic quality characteristic of the whole factory production of the late 19th century From the mid 1920s to work on the form and painting of vessels and for the creation of sculptures (mainly animal), the plant has begun to attract major artists (I. G. Friedrich-har, S. D. Lebedeva, V. A. Favorsky, I. S. Yefimov, V. G. Filyanskaya, M. P. Cool, E. M. Gurevich, G. I. Alterman). Their works, different in their stylistic peculiarities, contributed to the overall rise of the artistic side of production. In the 1950s-60s, the leading artists of the plant, I. V. Vasil'ev, O. G. Belov, G. Weber, O. P. Gagnidze, G. M. Sadykov, V. A. Sergeev, and others have developed for common plant and modern interior style products, in which organic for faience and majolica curved forms accented by cheerful color painting or pochechnoj glaze. The plant's products are exported to many countries. For 1913-71 the output of the plant in real terms has increased by almost 5.5 times (from 17 million to 92.6 million pieces). In 50-ies and 60-ies the factory was reconstructed. The factory's products have won a silver medal at the world exhibition in Brussels (1958) and a gold medal at the world ceramics exhibition in Prague (1962). The plant was awarded the order of red banner of Labor (1971).
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