Great coat of arms plate from the "Tata"-the Service gift of the Czar Peter III. to the count von Munnich
Gift of the Tsar Peter III. to the count von Munnich
Relief Decoration "Sulkowsky". In the deeper levels of Indian flowers lined, large coat-of-arms of count Burkhard Christoph von Münnich, flanked by the chain of Russian St. Andreas order. In the lower end of a cartouche with the inscription "Obsequio Et Candore". Side two crowned shields with ligiertem monogram. Polychrome painting with gold decoration. Sword brand. D. 29 cm. (168207)
The General field Marshal count Burkhard Christoph von Münnich (1683-1767) served under August the Strong at the Saxon court. From 1721 he was the Russian Tsar and took over in the course of time, important political and military tasks.
Cf. Kat. Slg. Hoffmeister, Bd. I, 604-607.; Rückert, Fig. 479, Taf. 120, p. 115.
A large armorial plate of the "Tata" service, a gift from Csar Peter III. to the count Burkhard Christoph von Münnich . Crossed swords mark.
Meissen. Around 1735.
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