Porcelain plates with Soviet propaganda decoration. Soviet/Russian. Mikhail Adamovich, designer. Living from 1884 to 1947, he studied at the Stroganov School of Art and Industrial Design in Moscow. Won a medal at the Exposition Internationale des Arts Decoratifs held in Paris in 1925.

“Hail the Red Army, 1918-1923.” ca. 1923. Propaganda porcelain plate after a design by Mikhail Adamovich. Private collection. Image courtesy of the Ballets Russes Arts Initiative. Image ©2020 The World from PRX. Fair use license. via https://www.pri.org/stories/2017-11-13/how-russian-revolution-changed-lives-jewish-artists
Soviet propaganda tea cup and saucer. 1920-1927. Maker’s marks: blue state porcelain factory mark of hammer, sickle and cog. Image © 2020 – WorthPoint Corporation. Fair use license. via https://www.worthpoint.com/worthopedia/antique-russian-soviet-propaganda-1920647492
Soviet propaganda plate with the margin decorated with stars and inscribed “Long Live the Red Army” in Cyrillic. Created for the fifth anniversary of the Red Army. 1923. White porcelain with polychrome glaze and green overglaze. After a design by Mikhail Adamovich. Makers marks: Mark for the Petersburg Royal Porcelain Factory period of Nikolai II, 1911. Mark for the Red Leningrad Porcelain Factory and signed on the base with the designer’s name. Image © 2020 Bidsquare Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.bidsquare.com/online-auctions/shapiro/an-avant-garde-style-soviet-porcelain-propaganda-plate-after-mikhail-adamovich-russian-1884-1947-1016041