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The Imperial Porcelain Factory was established by Dmitry Ivanovich Vinogradov in 1744. It was supported by the Romanov tsars. It is commonly referred to as a Lomonosov Porcelain Factory. In 1925 the factory was given the name of the Russian Academy of Science founder, Mikhail Lomonosov. It became known as the Leningrad Lomonosov Porcelain Factory.

Red LFZ made in USSR
The factory used stylized Russian LFZ letters as ist logo in the 1936-1992 period. This one appeared on a product made in 1970s. Author of this logotype was A.A. Yazkevitch.Red colour means first quality. Made in Russia inscription appeares on export items.
Gorbachev era Lomonosov mark
The Mikhail Gorbatchev era Lomonosov mark (1986 - 1992). Red colour stands for the first quality.
Lomonosov blue mark
1970 - 1989 Lomonosov second quality blue mark. Writing above LFZ mark means drawing complexity group. This exact writing means drawing complexity above 15th group.
Lomonosov made in Russia mark
Lomonosov made in Russia 1992 - 2001 mark.
Lomonosov 1950s mark
1950s Lomonosov LFZ mark.
LFZ mark
End of 1940s, beggining of 1950s Lomonosov LFZ mark.
Blue LFZ mark
1950s - 1960s LFZ Lomonosov mark.
1940s Lomonosov mark
1940s Lomonosov LFZ mark.
Made in Russia mark
1920s and 1930s export Made in Russia U.S.S.R LFZ mark.
GFZ mark
Early 1920s GFZ (State Porcelain Factory) mark.
Imperial porcelain mark
Imperial Porcelain Petersburg mark used since 2006.
2002 - 2006 Lomonosov mark
Anchor mark
LFZ Leningrad anchor 1970s export mark
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