Porcelain salt cellar
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Artist/Maker: Popov porcelain factory
Artist/Maker Dates: 1811 - 1875
Place of Production: Russia (Russian Empire)
Date of Production: 1820s - 1830s
Materials: gilding, porcelain, underglaze hand painting
Height: 5.0 cm.
A.G. Popov’s factory in Gorbunovo, Dmitrovsky uezd, Moscow gub. Purchased from K. Milli in 1811. In the 1850's inherited by A. Popov’s children, Dmitry and Tatiana, and then to Dmitry's sons Vasily, Ivan and Aleksey. In late 1860’s was taken on lease by Zhukovl in 1872 sold to R. Schreder, from whom it was taken over by Khalatov. The last proprietor was Fomichev. Closed in 1875.
Popov’s factory along with those of Gardner’s and Kornilov’s was a leading enterprise in Russia in the first half of the 19th century. The products of Popov’s factory are rather overwhelmed with bright painting and too much lavishly gilt.
Masters of the factory continuously perfected their plastic art and decor.
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