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Hexagon Plate, 1948

This is a Plate. It was designed by Alexei Viktorovich Vorobyevsky and manufactured by Lomonosov Porcelain Factory. It is dated 1948 and we acquired it in 1989. Its medium is porcelain, enamel, gilding. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

It is credited The Henry and Ludmilla Shapiro Collection; Partial gift and partial purchase through the Decorative Arts Association Acquisition and Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program Funds.

Its dimensions are

Diameter: 25.1 cm (9 7/8 in.)

It has the following markings

Marks: On underside: (in Russian) "A. Vorobyevsky / Noyabr (November) 1948 / Schestugolnik (Hexagon)" hand-painted in blue overglaze

Cite this object as

Hexagon Plate, 1948; Designed by Alexei Viktorovich Vorobyevsky (1906); porcelain, enamel, gilding; Diameter: 25.1 cm (9 7/8 in.); The Henry and Ludmilla Shapiro Collection; Partial gift and partial purchase through the Decorative Arts Association Acquisition and Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program Funds; 1989-41-33

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