Nikolai Suetin porcelain cup, 1923. Looks so modern.
Wassily Kandinsky's designs for porcelain from the Hermitage archives.
Kazimir Malevich (Russian, 1878-1935)/ State Porcelain Factory (Russia) “Suprematist Teapot” designed 1923, manuf. c. 1930 porcelain 6.25 x 9.25 x 4” Photo: Kevin O'Dwyer. 2006.116
Alisa Golenkina, "Red Genius" Plate, 1921. Записки скучного человека - Фарфор первых лет Советской власти
Teller 'Der Ansager' Porcelain Plate 'The Announce - A porcelain plate depicting the Announcer from the Victory Over the Sun. Painted in polychrome overglaze. The border with Cyrillic inscription "Dlya golosa" ("For the voice" or "For reading out loud") and dated "1923". Diam. 24 cm. The announcer was the title figure in a book of poems by Mayakovsky and was illustrated by El Lissitzky.
A. Koltunovich - Porcelain tableware, 1931. @designerwallace