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List of Russian and Soviet Porcelain Factory Marks from 1950s – 1990s

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Fragile hand painted porcelain, elegant faience dinner set, charming ceramics from grannies time – beautiful old dishes are always captivated people. Dishes are gladly collected. There are collectors of rare antique porcelain, but also in quantities of retro fans who set their classy dining table with old dishes to create a nostalgic atmosphere. If you belong to the latter, then maybe it would be of interest to know, in what factory and where are made your spectacular dishes. Below is a short list of Soviet and Russian porcelain factory marks from 50s to 90s.

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Ceramics Factory of Aseri, Estonia

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Ceramics Factory of Pärnu, Estonia

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ESSR Tallinn Factory Art Foundation, Estonia

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 Borislavski Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Poltava Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Korosten Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Sumsk Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Ternopol`sk Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Polonsky Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Baranovsky Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Dobrush Porcelain Factory, Belarus

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Riga Porcelain Factory, Latvia

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Konakovo Porcelain Factory, Russia

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Novgorod Porcelain Factory, Russia

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Novgorod Porcelain Factory, Russia

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Lomonosov Porcelain Factory in St Petersburg, Russia

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Baranovka Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Budi Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Gorodnitsky Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

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Kiev Porcelain Factory, Ukraina

Source: Марки советского фарфора, фаянса и майолики 1917-1991

8 thoughts on “List of Russian and Soviet Porcelain Factory Marks from 1950s – 1990s

  1. Any idea where Bronnitzy factory is?

    • Bronnitskiy Porcelain Factory, also as Proletarian Porcelain Factory – The factory was founded in 1884 in the village of Novaya Melnitsa, near the village of Bronnitsy, of Krestetskiy district of Novgorod province (now the settlement of Proletariy of Novgorod disrict of Novgorod region) by Peter Kazimirovich Reykhel.

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proletariy

      Best wishes,
      Sigrid

  2. Thank you Sigrid for your interesting and informative site. I have looked for 2 days online for information and had no luck at finding help on a recent purchase. I have purchased 2 bowls with the Budi mark, underneath in a curved shape – ‘Made in USSR’, below that 50 and the other 36. They are creamy-white, appear to be new, with a beautiful, colored ’embroidery’ and flowers pattern around the outside top rims, extending half way down the outside. The top, inside, has the same ’embroidery’ pattern extending about 1 inch from the top, flower pattern in the center. If you would be so kind, perhaps you could give me some incite into what I have found so far from their beginning, here in Dallas, Texas. I have developed a love for antique,vintage, beautifully interesting household items. Thank you so much!! Kendra

    • Hello Kendra! Thank you for your interest 🙂 I would need to see the photos of the bowls and the factory mark for more information. If it is possible, post some pictures to me 🙂 With kindest regards, Sigrid

  3. I Have a set of dishes that I can’t find the mark anywhere online. It has a CP inside a circle and writing underneath that I can’t read,,,, have you seen it before?

  4. Hi,
    ‘ZHK – Polonsky factory’ what does ZHK mean?

    • Hi Elvi! Thank you for interest. It means: Полонский завод художественной керамики (zavod khudozhestvennoi keramiki/Art Pottery Factory). Best, Sigrid

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