The coat of arms of Russia is developed from the coat of arms of the Russian Empire which was restored in 1993. Enhanced in gold and polychrome on a milky white background with thin gold lines. In the center is the iconic image of St. George slaying the dragon. The eagle is crowned three times and grasps an imperial orb and scepter with ribbons of the Order of St. Andrew the First-Called. Cup is 5¼" tall and saucer is 5¾" diameter (sizes approximate). Holds approximately 8½oz.
Some historical context for Imperial/Lomonosov here can be found here: