Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich, ‘Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)’, 1918-1988, Alpha 137 Gallery

Called "the teacup that shook the world", this limited edition numbered teaset was produced in 1988, based faithfully upon Malevich's exact design of 1918-1923. It is accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity hand signed by the manufacturer which states,
"This porcelain group - teapot and three cups- is an exact reconstruction of the original design (1918-1923) by Kazimir Malevich. The casts are made from a blend of porcelain trays, fired to vitrification. This certificate accompanies set No. 39/200, and the teapot bears that number on the underside. The edition is strictly limited and models will be destroyed upon its completion."
In fine condition; a complete set. Very rare to find all intact and in such good condition - especially as those complete sets that are extant are mostly in institutional collections including the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston. (see link below for more details on the work in their collection):
https://www.mfah.org/art/detail/106000
And below is a link to a review of the 2004 exhibition of the original piece at the Hermitage in Russia:
https://www.theguardian.com/arts/critic/feature/0,1169,1353852,00.html
This set has superb provenance: it was acquired from the estate of renowned art critic Arthur Cohen and pioneering painter, designer and collector Elaine Lustig Cohen - often referred to as the quintessential modernist.

Signature: Certificate of Authenticity, hand numbered and signed by Robert Bozak and Gilles Gheerbrant. The work itself is hand numbered 39/200 on the underside.

Manufacturer: Robert M. Bozak

Estate of renowned art critic Arthur Cohen and pioneering painter, designer and collector Elaine Lustig Cohen - often referred to as the quintessential modernist.

About Kasimir Severinovich Malevich

A pioneer of geometric abstraction, Kasimir Malevich wrote a manifesto, From Cubism to Suprematism: The New Realism in Painting, and founded the Suprematist movement in 1915. For Malevich, painting had to be free of political or social content, purely aesthetic, and concerned only with formal issues of line, shape, and color. Declaring his Black Square (1915) the "zero of form," Malevich signaled an end to pictorial conventions and the origin of a new, modernist language of content-free forms. While Suprematism began before the Revolution of 1917, its influence was pervasive in the early Soviet period until the rise of Social Realism. Although Malevich eventually returned to representational painting, Suprematism had a huge impact on the development of abstract art in the both Soviet Union and in Western Europe.

Russian, 1879-1935, Kiev, Ukraine, based in Moscow, Russia