Russian presentation of a camp set in original case
Russian presentation of a camp set in original case. Comprises 12 pieces: teapot with stand and burner, teapot, caddy, container for boiling in a leather case, a pair of tea spoons, two trays, tray, two porcelain cups with saucers. Silver, porcelain. Factory Brothers Grachev. Petersburg, 1884. Weight: 2180 gr. Height of teapot: 14 cm, Height futerra: 21,5 cm Length of tray: 21,5 cm Provenance: the tea Service was purchased by Count Bille-Brahe-Selby on the auction Lawyers in 1939 the sale of property to Prince Waldemar. And was sold to the present owner in 1970. Danish Prince Waldemar was the son of King Christian 9 and Queen Louise of Denmark. Prince Valdemar was the younger brother of the Russian Empress Maria Feodorovna. Probably this set was presented to the Empress of Russia, to parents or directly to the younger brother.
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