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A Soviet porcelain propaganda figure of the 'Red Guard', State Porcelain Manufactory, Petrograd, circa 1920

A Soviet porcelain propaganda figure of the 'Red Guard', State Porcelain Manufactory, Petrograd, circa 1920

A Soviet porcelain propaganda figure of the 'Red Guard', State Porcelain Manufactory, Petrograd, circa 1920

A Soviet porcelain propaganda figure of the 'Red Guard', State Porcelain Manufactory, Petrograd, circa 1920


After Vasilii Kuznetsov, in black coat with a red shirt and belt with a rifle resting at his side, markedon the underside in green underglaze with hammer, sickle and cog

height 21cm, 8¼in.

In overall very good condition. The left hand of the guard with an hairline firing crack which is not distracting at all. One flake re-stuck to the back of the figure on his right leg, just underneath his coat.


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N. Lobanov-Rostovsky, Revolutionary Ceramics, Soviet Porcelain 1917-1927, Cassell, London, 1990, no. 105, p. 101