Four Soviet porcelain plates, M. Adamovich, State Porcelain Manufactory, 1920s

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Finely painted in sepia tones depicting scenes from the Russian Civil War, each inscribed in Cyrillic Western Front 1920. Train Station "Vileika-Vodokachka". Painted by the participant in the Great War and ex-Red Army soldier M. Adamovich with blue manufactory mark dated 1921; North-Western Front 1920. Frontier-crossers of the Yudenich Army. Painted by the participant in the Great War and ex-Red Army soldier M. Adamovich with blue manufactory mark dated 1920 and with green Imperial cypher for Nicholas II; Western Front 1920. Ruined train station on Lida-Polotsk Line. Painted by the participant in the Great War and ex-Red Army soldier M. Adamovich with blue manufactory mark dated 1921 and with green Imperial cypher for Nicholas II; Western Front 1920. Train station "Krivichi". Ruined water station. Painted by the participant in the Great War and ex-Red Army soldier M. Adamovich with blue manufactory mark dated 1921

Quantity: 4
diameter of largest: 25cm., 9¾in; smallest: 21.5cm., 8½in