A large Soviet propaganda porcelain dish

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BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST. PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS II, WITH LATER BLUE OVERGLAZED STATE PORCELAIN FACTORY MARK OF HAMMER, SICKLE AND COG, 1921 AND ARTIST'S MARK, SIGNED IN BLACK IN CYRILLIC Z. KOBILETSKAIA

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A large Soviet propaganda porcelain dish
by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, period of Nicholas II, with later blue overglazed State Porcelain factory mark of Hammer, Sickle and Cog, 1921 and artist's mark, signed in black in Cyrillic Z. Kobiletskaia
Oval, 'Newspapers', the centre painted with the design of Soviet papers, a poster and autumn leaves incorporating the Cyrillic inscription 'Petrograd' and gilt date '1921' around the design, marked under base, signed in design (lower right)
11 5/8 in. (60 cm.)