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VERY FINE AND RARE Russian Imperial porcelain topographical plate with a view of the Peterhof palace

VERY FINE AND RARE Russian Imperial porcelain topographical plate with a view of the Peterhof palace

Russian Imperial porcelain vase st petersburg, period of nicolas i circa 1840  Baluster form, the finely gilt scroll handles to neck flanking the relief molded Imperial eagle on either side, the body painted on one side to show a boyar at the entrance to a monastery conversing, as a beggar and attendant look on, the rim and lower body with a series of applied harpie motifs interspersed with raised gilt floral scrolls, the whole raised on circular foot, blue cypher mark to bottom.  H: 26 in.

Russian Imperial porcelain vase st petersburg, period of nicolas i circa 1840 Baluster form, the finely gilt scroll handles to neck flanking the relief molded Imperial eagle on either side, the body painted on one side to show a boyar at the entrance to a monastery conversing, as a beggar and attendant look on, the rim and lower body with a series of applied harpie motifs interspersed with raised gilt floral scrolls, the whole raised on circular foot, blue cypher mark to bottom. H: 26 in.

Exceedingly Rare Antique Porcelain Cup and Saucer in Neo-Russian Style, by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, Russia, circa 1862,

Exceedingly Rare Antique Porcelain Cup and Saucer in Neo-Russian Style, by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, Russia, circa 1862,

Past Exhibitions | Dinner with the Tsars: Russian Imperial Porcelain : Porcelain of Paul I

Past Exhibitions | Dinner with the Tsars: Russian Imperial Porcelain : Porcelain of Paul I

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1841

BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS I, 1841

A Set of Ten Russian Dessert Plates from the Kremlin Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) the cavettos painted with the black double-headed Imperial Eagle with crown, orb and sceptre on a green ground, enclosed within a gilt band inscribed in Russian 'Nicholas, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias,' surrounded by vermilion rosettes and foliate ornament on a richly gilded ground

A Set of Ten Russian Dessert Plates from the Kremlin Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) the cavettos painted with the black double-headed Imperial Eagle with crown, orb and sceptre on a green ground, enclosed within a gilt band inscribed in Russian 'Nicholas, Emperor and Autocrat of All the Russias,' surrounded by vermilion rosettes and foliate ornament on a richly gilded ground

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