Participated in numerous exhibitions in our country and abroad. Metropolitan Museum of Art(USA). The State Russian Museum; 2. All-Russian Museum of Decorative, Applied and Folk Art in Moscow; 3.The State Museum of Ceramics and the 18th-century Manor of Kuskovo; 4. Sergiev Posad State Historical and Art Museum-Reserve; 5. Museum of folk art in Moscow; 6. The State Art Museum of Volgograd; 7. Museum of the Association "Gzhel"; 8.
The Art Museum of the city of Yegorievsk; 9. The Art Museum of Ramenskoye and more.Size Belka - 2 1/2 x 2 1/2 inches(6 1/2 cm x 6 1/2 cm). Size Strelka - 2 1/2 x 3 inches(6 1/2 cm x 7 2/3 cm). Size Laika - 3 1/4 x 2 1/3 x 1 1/8 inches(8 x 6 x 3 cm). Size Zvozdochka - 3 1/4 x 3 x 1 1/2 inches(8 1/2 x 7 1/2 x 4 cm). Figurines are in the furnace at a temperature of 1350 degrees - 24 hours. Condition all items - see a scans - excellent - new - not used. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
For other uses of "Gzhel", see Gzhel (disambiguation). Gzhel-made candle luminary in the form of a house. Style of ceramics which takes its name from the village of Gzhel.
And surrounding area, where it has been produced since 1802. About thirty villages located southeast of Moscow. The name Gzhel became associated with pottery.
Gzhel pottery was originally created by potters in their homes, however fairly early on these potters started to organize into workshops to increase production. The workshops eventually became a factory with pieces being formed in moulds.
And potters being responsible for separate pieces, a specific style, or decoration. The earliest pieces were created of earthenware.The pottery was painted solid white with distinctive blue designs. Was also produced using a tin based white glaze. And coloured glaze designs in blue, green, yellow, and brown, rather than just blue on a white background, in a style that is referred to as Maiolica. The body colour of earthenware. Varies depending on the raw materials used, and can range in color from white to brown. It is generally fired at lower temperatures than either stoneware or porcelain, and can remain semi-permeable to water until glazed. In the 1830s, the Gzhel potters developed a faience.
Or white earthenware, of a quality that rivaled the creamware being produced in England at the time. They followed the development of faience with the acquisition of porcelain. Is fired to a similar temperature as stoneware, but unlike stoneware. It becomes a translucent white and as such is highly desirable.
The making of porcelain had been a secret heavily guarded by China with only finished products being exported. Was able to produce their own porcelain.It undercut the high cost of imports from China or Western European producers. Although there have been several periods of disruption in pottery. Production at Gzhel, quality pottery is once again being produced in both the recognizable blue on white design as well as the more colorful Maiolica. All items are unconditionally guaranteed authentic and as described! I don't sell copies and false items!
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The item "Set5 different Figurines USSR Russia Soviet Space dogs PORCELAIN Gzhel Factory" is in sale since Thursday, January 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Astronauts & Space Travel\Russian & Soviet Program". The seller is "russianseashell" and is located in Moscow, RU. This item can be shipped worldwide.