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.

Unicorn mural

Unicorn mural


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 glazes.

Multiple high temperature firings.
Completely handmade.

The panel is suitable for cladding interior fireplaces and stoves.

A handmade ceramic mural based on one of the tapestries of 1495-1505 of “The Hunt of the Unicorn” (also “Unicorn Tapestries”) series from the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Little is known of the history of these tapestries, which consist of seven panels depicting various scenes of different phases of the hunt. There is an assumption that the tapestries were ordered for the wedding of Anna of Breton and Louis XII.

The tapestries had been owned by the la Rochefoucauld family for several centuries, until year 1922, when they were acquired by J. Rockefeller, who donated them about 10 years later (in 1938, to be more exact) to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Our ceramic mural on wall depicts the very beginning of the hunt, when hunters just went out in search of a unicorn.

The mural is created in slab technique; the painting is made in majolica technique.

The mural is made for the stove, which you can see on this page.

1 750 €