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Gzhel is a tradition Russian style of ceramics. It takes its name from the village of Gzhel situated near Moscow. Gzhel potters developed in 1830s high quality white earthenware, which is painted in a traditional blue on white manner.

Gzhel 1972 - 1986
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Gzhel

1972 - 1986

"duck" mark

Gzhel after 1991 mark
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Gzhel mark used after 1991

Hand made in Russia

Painter's signature Ermakov

Turyginsky Porcelain Factory m...
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Turyginsky Porcelain Factory 1950s and 1960s Gzhel mark.

1986 - 1991 Gzhel mark
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1986 - 1991 Gzhel mark.

XK Gzhel mark
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1950s - 1960s Gzhel mark.

Gzhel porcelain factory mark
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'Gzhel 1818' contemporary mark of Gzhel Porcelain Factory (AO GFZ).

Contemporary Gzhel Combine mar...
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Two-headed crowned eagle Gzhel mark used from 1998 by Gzhel Combine (ЗАО Объединение Гжель).

Rechitsa Porcelain Factory mar...
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Rechitsa Porcelain Factory Gzhel 1970s - 1980s mark.

 
 
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