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Ust-Medveditskiy Spaso-Preobrajenskiy monastery - Volgograd, Russia

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A GOLD AND HARDSTONE SNUFF BOX, KEIBEL, ST PETERSBURG, 1835 of cartouche form, the panels carved of striated brown and milky agate, set in gold cagework mounts chased with scrolls, flowers and shells on sablé grounds, the bombé sides and corners with acanthus, the raised thumbpiece set with diamonds, rubies, emeralds and a sapphire, 72 standard, in original gilt-tooled red leather case | JV

A Very Fine and Important Louis XV Jewelled Vari-Color Gold Snuff Box, Paris, 1742

40 Rearest Snuff Boxes ~ Blog of an Art Admirer

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Imperial presentation box, 1916. Two-colour gold, guilloché enamel, brilliant and rose-cut diamonds 3.2 x 9.5 x 6.4 cm Presented on behalf of Tsar Nicholas II to Gabriel Hanotaux by the former Grand Duke Nicholas of Russia, 1917; acquired by Queen Mary and given to King George V on his birthday, 3 June 1934.

Royal Collection - Imperial presentation box

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Imperial Porcelain Factory planter. Era of Tsar Alexander III.

A silver-gilt presentation bratina - Cyrillic mark of Pavel Ovchinnikov with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1895

Two Large and Rare Russian Porcelain Serving Dishes from the Kremlin Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-55)

Glass cup and saucer from the service of Grand Duke Andrei Vladimirovich Imperial Glass Manufactory, circa 1900

A Russian silver gilt and shaded cloisonne enamel footed creamer, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow.The lobed body on a raised circular foot completely worked in shaded multi-color stylized flowers within separate panels outlined in ropework, the neck enameled in pale blue and cobalt with additional scrolling motifs.

A Silver-Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Jewel Casket, Ivan Krutikov, Moscow, circa 1895

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A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN VASE, IMPERIAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, ST. PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER I (1801-1825)

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A PAIR OF IMPERIAL PORCELAIN PALACE VASES, IMPERIAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I (1825-1855), DATED 1842

A RUSSIAN SERVING DISH. РУССКОЕ БЛЮДО НА НОЖКЕ. Imperial Russian Porcelain Factory, reign of Nicholas I. Hand painted decorations in pink and gold, cartouches with flowers and butterflies. Height 16 cm. Manufacturing defects inside the base

A RUSSIAN SERVING DISH. РУССКОЕ БЛЮДО НА НОЖКЕ. - Bukowskis

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A LARGE RUSSIAN SILVER MOUNTED CRYSTAL VASE, KHLEBNIKOV. The urn shaped cut glass body mounted on a spreading partially fluted circular base, with similar inverted rim, sturdy foliate capped silver handles suspending laurel leaves and the body further enriched with ribbon tied rose garlands. Hallmarked Moscow, circa 1908-1917

A Russian silver gilt, guilloche, plique-a-jour, and champleve enamel sherbet cup, 11th Artel, Moscow, 1908-1917.

Imperial Russian Porcelain factory egg. Empress Maria cypher.

Russian Orthodox Church, Riga

Totma town, Vologda, Russia.

The beauty of Totma town churches · Russia travel blog

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WHITE MONUMENTS OF VLADIMIR & SUZDAL, Russia: embrace eight medieval limestone monuments. The Cathedral of the Assumption was intended by Andrey Bogolyubsky, prince of Vladimir-Suzdal, to be the religious centre of all Russia. Most of the original frescoes were destroyed by Mongols in 1238. Kuzdal's Cathedral of the Nativity, has 13th-century Golden Doors.

Interior of The Hermitage, St Petersburg

Декор интерьеров Эрмитажа в Санкт-Петербурге - фото 37

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Blanc de chine over gold leaf: The interior of the restaurant Turandot on Tverskaya Boulevard, Moscow. Фото: Степанов Михаил.

ресторан, кафе, бар: фото дизайна интерьера - автор

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The Ascension Cathedral, also known as Zenkov Cathedral, is a Russian Orthodox cathedral located in Almaty, Kazakhstan. Completed in 1907, it is the second tallest wooden building in the world. The cathedral survived the 1911 earthquake with minimal damage, even though it was built without any nails. Some bishops are saying it was saved by God