Plant V.D.Sabanin


Plant V.D.Sabanin

Porcelain factory of Vavila Sabanin.

The very first Sabanin factory was founded by Vavila Dmitrievich Sabanin in 1845 - 1848 in the village of Vlasova Pokrovsky district.In the 1850s, the factory moved to the town of Klimovka, and in 1869 a new enterprise for the production of porcelain and faience in the village of Ratkovo opened.

Vavil Sabanin worked with the manufacturer Popov until that time, until he decided to open his enterprise.Whether Popov himself had the attitude of the factory - it is not known, but he undoubtedly played an important role in his life, inspiring to open his own porcelain production.Vavil Dmitrievich, being the head of the picturesque workshop, studied all the subtleties of compiling the porcelain mass and the gamut of paints, was friends with the leading masters of the Popovsky factory, and most importantly - he turned out to be a very entrepreneurial person.

At first, the borrowing of many picturesque motifs was evident.

The delicate blue color of the Cleat of many products was very related to the works of V. Sabanin with the works of the Popov factory.In the floral motives of the painting, there is also a certain similarity.The factory of Bavila Sabanin produced the so -called "tavern porcelain", which was distinguished by a particular brightness and expressiveness of the picture.

Large roses inscribed in the oval, or clusters of grapes, gave teapots and cups expressiveness.Eastern motifs were also used in painting, attracting attention to the skillful weaving of a gold ornament.If the “tavern” kettle was distinguished by a simple, rounded shape, then the kettle from the set of “Slaherezada’s Tales” resembles an ancient oriental vessel.At the same time, products were produced at the factory with a simple pattern on a white background.Objects were decorated with wildflowers and ribbons with gold along the edge of the cups.Decorative figures also took place in the assortment of the factory of V. Sabanin.

The genre motive prevailed here, and the colors were juicy and bright.In addition to tableware and fine plastics, a pharmacy dish was made in the factory, which always was in great demand.In 1874, after the death of Vavila Dmitrievich, the factory passed to his son Yegor.Until the end of the 19th century, the factory crossed the family ties from one owner to another.