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Guide To Pottery & Porcelain Marks

Russia - Pg. 1


Russia (1-32)
Many Russian pottery and porcelain manufactories are not shown here. Porcelain was first made at St. Petersburg about 1743. Little is known of the early marking.

St. Petersburg (1-21)
1-3 Early marks. After 1743. Porcelain.
4-6 Catherine II. 1762-96.
7 Emperor Paul. 1796-1801.
8 Alexander I. 1801-1825.
9 Nicholas I. 1825-1855.
10-11 Alexander II. 1855-1871.
12-15 Alexander II. 1871-1881. Starting with 1871, one dot was added to the mark yearly.
16, 17 Korniloff Brothers. From 1825.
18-21 Gardner. From 1758. At Moscow from about 1780.
18, 19 in blue.

Miscellaneous (22-32)
22 Mezer at Baranovka. From 1804. Porcelain. Mark stamped.
23-26 A. Popoff in Moscow. 1806-1872. Porcelain. Marks 25 and 26 are questionable
27 Kiev. M. Gulina. Porcelain.
28 Kiev.
29 Nicholas II. St. Petersburg. From 1894.
30 Mezer at Baranovka. From 1804. Porcelain.
31 S. T. Kuznetsoff. St. Petersburg.
32 Stawsk. 1843-47. Pottery.



Guide To Pottery And Porcelain Marks:
Belgium

China

Denmark

France

Germany

Great Britain (Ireland, Scotland)

Holland

Italy

Japan

Luxembourg

Norway

Persia, Turkey, Syria, Poland

Portugal

Russia

Spain

Sweden

Switzerland

United States