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

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