In 2017, the artist Elena Saurina and the philanthropist Andrei Kuznetsov nurtured a plan to create a one-of-a-kind company to manufacture works of porcelain of unsurpassed quality. So, on December 13, on the feast day of the Holy Apostle Andrew the First-Called, the Andreyevskaya Porcelain Manufactory appeared in St. Petersburg.
Our goal is to create exceptional porcelain works of almost unattainable quality to reveal the creative gift of Russian masters and the artistic infinity possibilities of the material in their hands.
Today, the Andreyevskaya Porcelain Manufactory is a set of painting and muffle kiln workshops that are well-equipped for the artists’ work, as well as exhibition halls on the Neva Embankment near the historic city center in the building of the former Petrovsko-Spasskaya Manufactory, which was built in the middle of the 19th century.
In the near future the company will enter the international market to proudly represent Russia at exhibitions of art and luxury goods.