Tsaritsyno Palace :: Moscow, Russia.

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Photo of Christmas Сhurch ... Saint-Petersburg Russia

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The Dormition Cathedral in Omsk is one of the largest churches in Siberia. Its fanciful design of many shapes and colors utilizes a plethora of elements from the Russian and Byzantine medieval architectural vocabulary. The main square of Omsk takes its name from the cathedral. Omsk. Russia.

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Peterhof's Grand Palace Church

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Imperial Porcelain Factory, 'Vase with Pigeons ,' ca. 1830, Hillwood Estate, Museum

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Nephrite Jade Russian Kovsh

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A Magnificent Pair of 18th Century Russian Louis XVI Malachite and Gilt Wood Pier Mirrors

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A NEAR PAIR OF RUSSIAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS AND PATINATED METAL VASES<br />SECOND QUARTER 19TH CENTURY, MINOR DIFFERENCES TO GLASS BODIES <br />Each with a lid with a vase finial above a pierced frieze with masks, on a later pierced circular base and further square plinth, very slight height differences, one glass lid restored<br />18½ in. (47 cm.) high, 7½ in. (19 cm.) wide (2)<br />

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A PAIR OF RUSSIAN ORMOLU AND AMETHYST CUT-GLASS VASES <br />CIRCA 1840-1850 <br />Each with spirally decorated ovoid body supported by maiden-headed monopodia with paw feet, on a concave-sided plinth<br />7½ in. (19 cm.) high (2)<br />

A PAIR OF RUSSIAN ORMOLU AND AMETHYST CUT-GLASS VASES

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A silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel peacock-form kovsh, Ovchinnikov, Moscow, dated 1915

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A silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel egg-form box, Nemirov-Kolodkin, Moscow, 1908-1917

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Russian Imperial Porcelain Easter Egg with Cypher of Alexandra Feodorovna

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The Summer Palace of the Romanov, Saint Petersburg, Russia

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Catherine Palace Interior

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Catherine Palace , Russia

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A RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL CARVED RHODONITE TAZZA 19TH CENTURY | sotheby's n09493lot8xlklen

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A silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel casket, Ovchinnikov, Moscow, 1908-1917 Sotheby's

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A silver-gilt and cloisonne enamel casket, Antip Kuzmichev, Moscow, 1891 - Sothebys

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A silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel box, Sergei Nazarov, Moscow, 1888

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A porcelain cup and saucer from the Raphael Service Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, 1895 and 1902

A porcelain cup and saucer from the Raphael Service Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, 1895 and 1902

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A porcelain dinner plate from the Raphael ServiceImperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, 1903

A porcelain dinner plate from the Raphael ServiceImperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, 1903

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A porcelain fruit basket Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855)

A porcelain fruit basket Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855)

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A set of six parcel-gilt salt cellarsSazikov, St. Petersburg, 1850-1853

A set of six parcel-gilt salt cellarsSazikov, St. Petersburg, 1850-1853

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A fine Russian mahogany and ormolu mounted vitrine, late 19th centruy, fitted with a single glazed door flanked by ormolu Egyptian mask caryatid pilasters, enclosing a single glass shelf and above a cupboard door, formal motifs throughout, the interior cupboard shelf bearing an inscription in cyrillic and dated '18', 132cm high, 72cm wide, 42cm deep. <br> In good condition. <br>

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A PAIR OF RUSSIAN NEOCLASSICAL KARELIAN BIRCH PARCEL GILT ARMCHAIRS CIRCA 1830<br><br>CIRCA 1830<br><br><B>measurements</B><br>height 39 1/2 in.; width 26in.<br><br><B>alternate measurements</B><br>(100.3cm; 66cm)<br><br>PROVENANCE<br><br>As per previous lot.

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