Dovbysh Porcelain Factory

The village Dovbysh could be named among the 19th century small centres of porcelain in Ukraine. The production occured in the early 40's of 19th century.

In 1863 magnates Il'inskie were ownres of the factory. To the beginning of 1880's the factory belonged to A. Peters. According to the data, only 14 people worked there in 1884. In 1886 the manufacture passed into the possession of I. I. Plachkovskij.

In 1900 the owner of Dovbysh was merchant Klimoveckij. In 1905 its owner was major general A. Plemjannikov. Since 1891 the factory was rented to Appolinarij Pshibil'skij.

The document, which was published in 1910, named the brothers Przhibyl'skie as the owners of the Dovbysh factory. To the beginning of 1891 R. I. Rihter owned the manufacture.

Dovbysh factory worked with local materials. Near the village there were the richest deposits of the white fire clay in Novograd-Volynskij uezd.

In 1925 - 1946 that village was called Marhlevsk.

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