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Authentic 1947-1991 Post-WWII Red Fleet Soviet Navy, Russian Navy Sugar Bowl with a VERY Unique Round, Ball-like Shape! This is From The Russian Naval Officer's Wardroom and Mess. This Russian Navy Sugar Bowl Has Topmark Cyrillic Initials VMF (Voyenno-Morskiye Sil'i Flot) in Blue and Gold Translating to "Soviet Maritime-Navy Fleet". Production of this Russian Navy Sugar Bowl Most Likely in the 1980's

The Russian Navy's cyrillic initials changed from RKVMF to VMF when the Russian Navy was re-named after WWII to the Soviet Navy which reflected Russia's expanded peasant's and worker's revolution and it's dominion over Eastern Europe which then became known as the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Quite possibly the blue and gold topmark reflected the use of this particular dinnerware to mid-level and ranking Russian-Soviet Naval Officers, but this has not been verified.

Folks, it doesn't get any more rarer and valuable than this! An absolute must collection item for the Cold War Historian or Naval Cold War Warrior. Now that cold war US Navy veteran can have a piece of the soviet union which he helped to defeat!

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The very nature of the ex-Soviet Union's politcal and social structure was that everyone was considered to be of equal stature, including officer's and enlisted. However, reality has shown that even in the Soviet Union Peoples and Peasants Republic the Senior Officer's received special treatment, such as fine porcelain dinnerware!

This Soviet naval sugar bowl in particular, as well as similar Russian navy dinnerware is a must for any serious WWII or Cold War Collector of Russian Naval Militaria! Click Here For More Information on The Russian Navy and Soviet Red Fleet names and cyrillic acronyms from Wikipeadia

Post WWII Cold War Red Fleet 1950's to 1980's Soviet-Russian Unique Round Ball-like Larger Sugar Bowl with Lid
Beautiful! Has the Traditional Russian Fouled Anchor and Striping in Blue with Gold Highlights with initials VMF (Sovyetsky Voyenno-Morskoy Flot USSR) which Translates to Soviet Maritime Navy Fleet, Union of Soviet Socialist Republics. Matches the Above Round Sugar Bowl. Production Most Likely in the 1980's
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