Trying to identify a makers mark on a kettle that I found

AdventurerJay

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Hello,

I found this kettle set the other day with a makers mark on the bottom of it. I believe it may be Russian but I'm not completely sure. I'm really having a hard time finding out anything about it so if anyone could look at it and let me know if you have any ideas it would be much appreciated.

Thank you in advance,

Jay
 

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tamrock

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Looks Russian, but so many of these porcelain marks are not pictured on the world wide web yet. If your lucky maybe your local library will have some reference books. My local library does have good variety of books on specific antiques. I haven't had to go there in awhile, but it's there if I need it.
 

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Red-Coat

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OP is long gone, but spotted this as I was browsing around.

That’s from the Baranovsky porcelain factory in Ukraine. That particular ‘pine tree’ mark was used between 1970-1990 and what looks like a ‘5’ is the second letter of the Ukrainian alphabet ‘Б‘. The characters below are for factory inventory identification.
 

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