Lot 241. A GROUP OF PORCELAIN AND GLASS TABLEWARES

Starting price:£ 2 000
Auction date:21.07.2020   17:00 UTC +02:00
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Lot 241 | A GROUP OF PORCELAIN AND GLASS TABLEWARES
A porcelain kovsh, decorated with an Imperial double-headed eagle, with interlaced pan-Slavic design in green and gold, with Russian drinking sayings, marked under base with the Kornilov Porcelain Factory mark, circa 1895; the knife handle from the service of the Order of St Alexander Nevsky, by the Gardner Porcelain Factory, Moscow, circa 1783-1785, apparently unmarked; the cup and saucer, both white and centring the princely coat of arms of the Dolgoruki family, marked under base with the Sevres Porcelain Factory mark, mid-19th century; the glass goblet from His Majesty's Own Service in the Cottage Palace, of traditional form on shaped stem and spreading foot with scalloped edges, cut with a diamond and foliate design centring the coat of arms of Alexandria and the Russian motto 'For Faith, Tsar and Fatherland', by the Imperial Glass Factory, St Petersburg, first half 19th century
The kovsh, 81/8 in. (20.2 cm.) long, and smaller

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Preview01.07.2020 - 21.07.2020
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