Porcelain in Russia 18th-19th centuries: the Gardner Factory ; in celebration of the tercentenary of St Petersburg
Palace Editions, 2003 - Antiques & Collectibles - 280 pages
Founded by an English banker called Francis Gardner in 1766, the Gardner Factory was the fist private porcelain manufactory in Russia.
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