About Russian Majolica

Russian Majolica

Our ceramic atelier is an association of artists and ceramists many of whom are members of various professional societies and associations based on family craft businesses.

This is why our works are of authorship even when we rework famous historical objects of art or use our standard molds.

This is also why you can get exceptional art objects made for your home in one singular exemplar. Even when they are made using our standard molds, there’s always a unique component to them: low relief murals, carved ceramics, art murals or complex multilayered brilliant glazing.

Black Rider

Black Rider


The cost is for sq. meter


The price includes the costs of production and special packaging of ceramics for international transport..

Ceramics. Semi-faience.

The panel is created in slab technique; the painting is made on raw enamel.

Multiple high temperature firings.
Completely handmade.

The panel is suitable for cladding interior fireplaces and stoves.

A handmade ceramic mural The Black Rider based on Ivan Bilibin’s illustration for the Russian fairy tale Vasilisa the Beautiful.

The majolica panel is made in the large-format mosaic formation (slab) technique. The panel has a relief, drawn along the contours of the image, and a painting with pigments on raw enamel. In fact, our artists transferred the image of Bilibin’s famous work to ceramics, carving it on a clay layer and painting details with ceramic paints.

The ceramic panel went through the double firing at temperatures above 1000 degrees, therefore it is resistant to both heat and frost. The panel is ideal for cladding tiled fireplaces and stoves in the Russian and Neo-Russian style.

Bilibin Ivan (1876-1942) was a Russian artist, graphic artist, illustrator, theater artist of the late 19th – mid 20th centuries. Bilibin’s works are graphic and at the same time amazingly picturesque. The artist practically formed his own style, which became the face of Russian Art Nouveau at the beginning of the 20th century, along with the works of V.M. Vasnetsov and the Abramtsevo Ceramic Workshop.

A handmade ceramic mural on wall is created in slab technique; the painting is made in majolica technique.

1 650 €