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Lomonosov Porcelain Collectible Figurines

Porcelain sculpture is a traditional part of Lomonosov porcelain assortment. Its origins are dated to the middle of 18th century. Since the first porcelain doll was made circa 1750s , porcelain animal figurines and porcelain figures of people are producing all the time. These treasures of "white gold" were accessible only to a narrow circle of favorites. The first porcelain animal figurine, which was a bear, was made by D.I. Vinogradov, the founder of Lomonosov porcelain factory. To this day each figurine is hand painted, so each one stays unique.
Our store offers a big variety of porcelain animal figurines with high quality, that can be recognized as a collectible level.
Please note: all figurines are in limited quantity. To check the item availability please call our customer service before order placement 800-932-9302

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Porcelain items are hand painted and each of them has the original Lomonosov Porcelain Factory (LFZ) logo at the back.
Note: Because of the high demand and exclusivity, our inventory quickly sells out. Some of the items are selling while supplies last

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