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Russian Woman of the Don Region

Made by: Imperial Porcelain Factory ||State Porcelain Factory ||Kamenskii, Pavel Pavlovich __Sculptor ||Shmakov, Pavel __Modeler

On view in: Breakfast Room

About this object

Represents a peasant woman wearing a gingham-like kerchief on her head in black and white, a white outer blouse border in brown and green embroidery, her arms folded, an inner apron in red with a white ruffle and a skirt in red-brown with a border of yellow crosses. She wears sabots and stands on a base in red brown and brown representing the earth.

Object name:
Russian Woman of the Don Region
Made from:
Made in:
RUSSIA: St. Petersburg
Date made:
1913-After 1918
overall __15.00 IN
overall __38.10 cm

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
Signature marks:
MARK __under: green cipher of Nicholas II dated 1913, Cyrillic words "Veliko posska s Dona" and initials P.Sh. for Pavel Shmakov incised in paste, Cyrillic name P. Kamenskii is incised in the rear of the base
Credit line:
Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973
Displayed in exhibition:
Fabergé Rediscovered
Featured in publication:
"Russian Art at Hillwood"