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It is not easy to find the place. When you walked out of the metro, you had no idea how to get there. The showroom is opposite to the metro. It has a small show window and a solid metal door always closed.
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I have until now purchased products from porcelain companies such as Sevress and Bernardo in France.
My wife, who is from...More
We were there a couple of years ago and because I am a porcelain painter I wanted to see this Museum. It is a small Museum with a couple of showcases with communist propaganda painted themes. The rest was exquisite, some Sevres and XVIIIth Century...More
I'm into porcelain. And sure, there are lovely things out here at the Hermitage's Museum of the Imperial Porcelain Factory. The staff is one of the unfriendliest I encountered during my two-week stay in St. Petersburg, especially the woman at the "reception". The older man...More
Although a bit out of the way, this museum is definitely worth the trip for all lovers of fine arts. The porcelain collection represents several centuries, and is really outstanding. There is also a wonderful shop for anyone interested in purchasing and objet d'art.
This museum is absolutely a must to all, who love old Russian (Lomonosov) porcelain. In the same building there is also a shop, where you can find some new pieces, and also the same models they have manufactured for decades. Some groups are also allowed...More
The museum is well worth a visit, being full of unique porcelain pieces spanning several centuries. It was especially interesting to see how the designs and society were linked as times changed. The shop is full of items from the factory you can buy at...More