Commemorative service for 60 years of the USSR revolution


Very rare porcelain dinnerware set in limited edition released in 1977 on the occasion of the commemoration of the 60th anniversary of the October revolution. This set is produced by the Bogdanovich porcelain factory in the Ural area. This factory was founded in the 1970s and was the second largest producer in the USSR. The backstamp represents the mistress of the copper mountain. The heroine of a popular folk tale from the Ural region “the coffin of malachite”. The Bogdanovich porcelain factory closed in 2010 after a bankruptcy.

The set consists of: 2 large cups with saucer, 2 cake plates and 1 metal commemorative medal with pictures of Lenin and the Potemkin cruiser. The set is packaged in a heavy polystyrene foam with a clear hard plastic lid. The set is heavily gold-plated and decorated. The polystyrene box has some pits and is partially discolored, the lid has some cracks. The service is intact except for a minute chip (can be production) except for the edge of 1 dish. A good example of the raw USSR production method.

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