1910 Imperial Russian Palace 22cm Plate Korbievsky Service, Tzarskoe Selo
This dinner plate is 22cm in diameter. It was made in 1910 by the Imperial Porcelain Factory and is marked on the back with the cypher for the Emperor, Nicholas II and the date 1910. The original core service was made in France before 1823 and comprised 200 place settings, totalling over 1000 pieces. It was bought in 1823, and housed in Pavlovsk Palace (white buildings) , being transferred the following to Tsarskoe Selo (blue & white buildings). Additions such as these by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, vastly increased the number of pieces.
We also have two other plates from the Korbievsky Service.
A repair to the rim, but the gilding and enamelling is in reasonable condition.
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