This series of 74 large porcelain figures representing various nationalities of Russian Empire was created by Pavel Kamensky at Imperial Porcelain
Factory, St Petersburg between 1907 and 1917. The series was commissioned by czar Nicholas II to commemorate 300 years of the Romanov rule
and initially was supposed to consist of 400 figurines, but the ambitious project was cut short by the Revolution of 1917.
The idea was not new though. There was
older series People of Russia produced by Russian Imperial Porcelain factory in late 18th century.
Also, in addition to 74 large figures by Kamensky, there were smaller 8" versions of these figurines made both before and after the 1917 Revolution.  
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Saratov
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Vologda
Olonez
Tula
Semeyskaya
Maloros (Ukrainian) Man & Woman
Don
Bulgarian Man & Woman Figures
Finnish Man & Woman
Lezgin
Armenian
Mingrel
Georgian
Turkman
Kurds
Persian
Tatars
Bashkir
Yakut
Buriat
Ostyak
Cheremis
Mordva
Samoyed
Nanain / Гольд
Aleut
Chukcha
Lopar
Lamut
Gyliak
Tunguz
Anu
Vogul
Zrian
Kachin
Kirgiz
Koryak
Сарты
Sayon
Mongolka
Manchu
Korean Man
Chinese Man & Woman
Volyak
Estonian Woman
Avor
Imperial Porcelain Factory - Peoples of Russia series
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