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Chinese Woman Figure, 1923

This is a Figure. It was designed by Natalya Yakovlevna Danko and manufactured by State Porcelain Factory. It is dated 1923 and we acquired it in 1989. Its medium is gilt and enameled porcelain. It is a part of the Product Design and Decorative Arts department.

It is credited The Henry and Ludmilla Shapiro Collection; Partial gift and partial purchase through the Decorative Arts Association Acquisition and Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program Funds.

Its dimensions are

18.2 cm (7 3/16 in.)

It has the following markings

underside: hammer, sickle, cog, KNP / 5 / 1918 1923 (special jubilee mark for fifth annivversary of State Porcelain Factory association with Narkompros), N569, unidentified painter's mark hand-painted in black overglaze.

Cite this object as

Chinese Woman Figure, 1923; Designed by Natalya Yakovlevna Danko (Russian, b. Georgia, 1892–1942); gilt and enameled porcelain; 18.2 cm (7 3/16 in.); The Henry and Ludmilla Shapiro Collection; Partial gift and partial purchase through the Decorative Arts Association Acquisition and Smithsonian Collections Acquisition Program Funds; 1989-41-156

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