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The Krasnodar porcelain and faience factory "Chaika" was created by the decision of the Soviet government as the first new porcelain factory in the country since 1917 revolution. First plate was produced on March 3, 1960. Next year the factory started exporting its products. 

In August 1968, the first batch of faience products was produced. For many years the plant was the largest manufacturer of ceramic dishes in the USSR.

In 1991, the enterprise was privatized by the labor collective and reorganized into ZAO PKF Kubanfarfor. In January 2020 production was transfered from Krasnodar to Belorechensk (a town in Krasnodar region).

Krasnodar mark
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Krasnodar Chaika (lapwing) blue second quality 1960 - 1992 mark

Lapwing mark
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Green lapwing third quality 1960 - 1992 Krasnodar mark

Chaika mark
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Red Chaika (lapwing) Krasnodar 1960 - 1992 mark, first quality

Krasnodar mark
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Red Krasnodar Chaika 1960 - 1992 first quality mark

Impressed chaika mark
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Impressed Krasnodar chaika mark

Export mark
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Krasnodar Chaika Made in USSR export mark used till 1991

Krasnodar mark
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Green Krasnodar third 1960 - 1992 quality mark 

Kubanporcelain mark
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Kubanporcelain Krasnodar 1990s mark

Bird mark
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Kubanfarfor period red chaika mark, first quality

Blue mark
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Blue Krasnodar 1960 - 1992 bird mark, second quality

Bird mark
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Kubanfarfor period green chaika mark, second quality

Kuban mark
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Kuban - Porcelain Kuban - Farfor 1990s Krasnodar mark

 
 
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