The AURORA collection embodies the popular “Mix&Match” trend – mix and match. A variety of patterns will help create a unique mood for breakfast on a weekday, a cozy dinner for two or even a big festive dinner. AURORA is represented by five types of decor, which allows you to create your own unique collection and many combinations.
Here are some ideas how to mix this collection!
FLEUR. Click on to read more
The "Fleur" pattern was developed based on the graphic style of the "Birds" mug by the recognized artist of the 20th century Nina Slavina. In the 70s and 80s, Nina Slavina was the chief artist of the factory and actively worked with the technology of printing cobalt drawings for large print runs. Slavina's favorite folk motifs in cobalt execution have been developed by the Yulia Chistyakova into a completely new series. The drawing refers to the naive and bold folk painting, and the modern compositional solution allows you to use the dishes in a fashionable modern serving.
GARDEN. Click on to read more
The floral motifs of the "Singing Garden" service on the "Pavilion" form by Nina Slavina were embodied in the drawing "Garden". If in the decor of the "Singing Garden" the images of birds and flowers are densely arranged, then in the "Garden" series he turns to floral ornament and a more sparse arrangement of elements. The airy pattern of lush flowers combines the images of Eastern and Western cultural traditions of porcelain painting. Dishes with this decor will perfectly fit into the classic kitchen and dining room in Russian or European style.
OPENWORK. Click on to read more
In the "Openwork" collection, cobalt decor is familiar to many, repeating the cobalt drawing "Forget-Me-Not" of the 70s of the twentieth century by Nina Slavina. The Forget-Me-Not decor has been produced at the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory for more than half a century on a tea service in the Radiant form by the same author, and in the new series it is presented in a new look - without gold accents. The image has become more gentle, stylish and modern in a monochrome solution. Curiously, during firing at high temperature, the fine lines of the ornament blur, creating a halo around the design, which gives the decor of this series a heavenly color.
CLASSIC. Click on to read more
The “Classic” drawing repeats the decor of the plates from the “Classics of St. Petersburg” service by artist Galina Shulyak, but without gold elements. Galina Shulyak worked with cobalt and created many technologically advanced and stylish decors for mass production. Today, one of her most recognizable rhythmic motifs is placed on the items of the Classic series. The calm, repetitive decor is reminiscent of the images of classical architecture and the fences of the embankments of St. Petersburg.
NIGHT. Click on to read more
The noble combination of white porcelain and deep cobalt blue is a recognized classic of the Lomonosov Porcelain Factory. The pieces of the "Night" collection are the laconic basis of the collection and are perfectly combined with other AURORA decors. "Night" collections is made in a rare technique of "cobalt covering".