Ceramicist Claire Curneen tells the strange story of the State Porcelain Factory and examines two of its dinner plates that were repurposed after the Revolution of October 1917.
Ten contemporary cultural specialists look back at the impact of the Russian Revolution of 1917 on artists of the time - in film, theatre, poetry, dance and beyond.
Ceramicist Claire Curneen tells the strange story of the Imperial Porcelain Factory in Petrograd that was renamed the State Porcelain Factory in 1917. She examines two dinner plates, now held at the National Museum of Wales, that were originally designed for aristocrats but then repurposed after the Revolution.
Part of Breaking Free: A Century of Russian Culture
Producer Alison Hindell
BBC Cymru Wales.