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Photographer: Sergey Gaydenkov

Oriental set for six persons with candy (fruit) vase

A delightful set for six persons with an exquisite oriental style jug, kettle, vase and platter. Tableware made of brass is covered with precious metals of the highest standard, decorated with multi-colored enamels and inlaid with malachite cabochons.

A vase for sweets with an openwork perforated edge, decorated both outside and inside.

Bowls and sugar bowl made of bone china, also made using the technique of Zlatoust engraving on metal. The secrets and subtleties of this art are passed down from generation to generation, so unique works of art cannot be repeated.

Gift dishes made by Zlatoust craftsmen can become a valuable family heirloom.

Precious metal content: nickel — 25 microns, gold (999.9) — 15 microns.

Dimensions:
Jug — 35 (height) x 24 (width with handle) cm
Kettle — 27 (height) x 22 (width with handle) cm
Bowl — 6.5 (height) x 8 (width) cm
Sugar bowl — 11 (height) x 12 (width) cm
Platter — diameter: 37 cm
Vase — diameter: 25 cm

Complete set: jug, kettle, bowl (6 pcs.), spoon (6 pcs.), sugar bowl, platter, vase.

Gift wrap.

Care recommendations

Do not wash in a dishwasher.

The item is not stamped on the conveyor. This means that it is impossible to create a copy that is absolutely identical to the original. The author will always strive to ensure that the item is as similar as possible to what you see in the photographs, however, an item made to order may have slight differences in the texture and/or pattern of the materials used, color, size, weight, etc.

Due to the color rendition of some devices, the color of the product may slightly differ from what is shown in the photographs or displayed on the screen of your device.

Time for creating (approximate)

60
days

Materials

  • Clay (porcelain)
  • Metal (brass)
  • Stone (malachite)
  • Vitreous enamel

Dimensions and weight

  • Length: 40 cm
  • Width: 40 cm
  • Height: 30 cm
  • Weight: 2.5 kg

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