THREE PORCELAIN CUPS AND SAUCERS VARIOUS PORCELAIN FACTORIES, RUSSIA, 19TH / 20TH CENTURY

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One, the cup painted with a detail from Peter the Great in the storm on Lake Ladoga by Charles de Steuben, within a gilt ciselé border, the saucer decorated en suite, probably by the Batenin Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, first half 19th century, indistinctly incised with an initial under base, the other, the cup and saucer decorated with gilt ciselé scrolling foliage design, with a band of biscuit foliage and ribbons, marked under base with impressed Gardner Porcelain Factory marks, Moscow, first half 19th century, the other, the cobalt blue cup and saucer with gilt ciselé laurel rims, the teacup centring a cartouche depicting the statue of Peter the Great in St Petersburg, marked under base with blue printed Lomonosov Porcelain Factory marks, Leningrad, circa 1950sThe cup depicting Peter the Great on Lake Ladoga, 43⁄4 in. (12.2 cm.) high, and smaller