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PRINCE BOJIDAR KARAGEORGEVITCH (1862-1908) Art Nouveau set of four silver-gilt objects (spoon, knife, fork, paper knife)
some marked with the monogram ‘BK’ silver, cast and chased lenght: 17.5 cm, 13 cm, 13 cm, 17.5 cm total weight: approx. 148gr Prince Bojidar Karageorgevitch was a Serbian artist, art writer, world traveller, and member of the Serbian Karađorđević dynasty. In his later years Prince Karadjordjevitch turned his attention in decoration, and executed panels and medallions for a Paris atelier as a designer, sculptor, painter and silversmith, and often spent time with Georges Lacombe, Émile Bernard, Édouard Vuillard, Paul Sérusier and other members of Les Nabis. Karageorgevitch’s paintings, illustrations, watercolors and silversmith works were first exhibited in Belgrade in 1908.