Elegant and noble pattern “Cobalt net”, Lomonosov Factory’s logo, is known to many people since child¬hood. It has been replicated at the production for over 50 year and has an invariable success.
Classical pattern Cobalt Net was born not at once. It was created by a talented painter Anna Yatskevich. Anna Yatskevich tried many variations to achieve geometrical perfection and striking rhythm of intersecting blue lines, decorated with golden stars. In one of the first versions of the pattern the net was not cobalt but golden. The Lomonosov Porcelain Manufactory started manufacturing porcelain sets with this pattern in 1945, right after the World War II. A year later, A. Yatskevich interpreted her pattern and created the famous cobalt net that gives elegancy and rigor to snow-white porcelain. The set “Cobalt Net” is represented in collections of The State Hermitage, The Russian Museum, The State Historical Museum and other largest treasuries of culture.