Georgia. According I.M.Linder, in his book "The Art of Chess Pieces", a set from Zugdidi, Georgia, 1987. But recently I have seen such set sold as "The porcelain of Kislovodsk City", made by Kislovodsk, USSR, Russian Federation in the nineties of the 20th century. I guess that are copies from the original. My pieces could be copies too, although they are a bit different from Kislovodsk, but also from set in Linder's book.
- Georgia, Zugdidi
- Porcelain K 10.2; p 5.0