Nowadays the "Imperial Porcelain Manufactory" produces about 4,000 types of products in a wide range:
from tea, coffee and dinner sets, genre and animal sculptures, decorative plates to banquet sets of presidential level, gifts to government officials and the heads of foreign states, prizes for major competitions and festivals. They are made of solid and bone china.
Products are decorated in overglaze and underglaze painting, frequently using the rare and precious metals. The manufactory produces replicas of the museum's collection of XVIII-XX centuries, company tableware with a logo or monogram of the customer for special orders.
For decades the set «Cobalt net» (S. E. Yakovleva, A. A. Yatskevich), hallmark of the manufactory, is in the great demand. It was awarded a gold medal at the World Exhibition in Brussels.
Products labeled «ЛФЗ» (introduced in 1936) are exported to highly developed countries all over the world: USA, Germany, France, England, Canada, Sweden, Norway, Japan and others.
Address: 17, Kutuzovsky Prospekt, 1st floor, Moscow, Russia, 121248 (Kiyevskaya underground station)
The Gallery of Modern Porcelain Art is a unique exhibition area which also includes the flagship store of the IPM chain. The visitors can view not only the exclusive works by IPM artists but also the replicas of famous imperial vases, sculptures and tableware gathered from the collections of the State Hermitage Museum and the leading museums of the country.
A number of exhibitions, presentations and porcelain painting workshops take place here.
The Gallery halls feature porcelain ware designed for modern office and residential interiors. The diversity of IPM collections (varying from avant-garde to minimalism and from unique customized articles to popular tea and coffee sets) dictated the style and colour specifics.
The Gallery is located in downtown, at the intersection of Kutuzovsky Prospekt and Bolshaya Dorogomilovskaya Street. The major centre of applied arts, it presents the new works by IPM artists and hosts their solo exhibitions. The Gallery introduces visitors to the latest collections of IPM artists’ masterpieces.