Soviet Porcelain Georgian Girl
After a design by Natalia Dan'ko, State Porcelain Manufactory, Leningrad, 1937
The circular dial with Arabic numerals, set on a rockwork base and surrounded by grape vines and bunches, the girl in traditional dress standing to one side and supporting a basket of grapes on one shoulder, on an oval base, red jubilee mark for the twentieth anniversary of the October Revolution under base. Height 10 1/4 inches (26 cm.), width 8 inches (20.3 cm.).
For the figure of the Georgian Girl designed by Natalia Dan'ko, on which this clock was based, and for comparable models of this clock, see T.N. Nosovich and I.P. Popova, State Porcelain Manufactory 1904-1944 (St. Petersburg, 2005), pp. 560 and 561.
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