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JEWELLED GOLD, GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ONYX PARASOL OR CANE HANDLE, ENCRUSTED WITH 12 ROSE-CUT DIAMONDS Workmaster M. E. Perkhin, chief master of the Faberge company. Russia, Saint Petersburg, the last quarter of the XIX Century.
JEWELLED GOLD, GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ONYX PARASOL OR CANE HANDLE, ENCRUSTED WITH 12 ROSE-CUT DIAMONDS Workmaster M. E. Perkhin, chief master of the Faberge company. Russia, Saint Petersburg, the last quarter of the XIX Century.
Gold, cast, guilloche enamel, 12 rose-cut diamonds. Hallmarks: 56 metal mark with the coat of arms of the city «Saint Petersburg», master «MP». Height: 11.2 cm, diameter: 2.4 cm. Provenance: Heirs of Serge Koussevitzky (1874-1951), a Russian-born conductor and composer, music director of the Boston Symphony Orchestra from 1924 to 1949. Private collection (with a former estimate certificate from Dr. Geza Von Habsburg) ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER OVAL DISH DECORATED WITH FOUR CARTOUCHES WITH THE IMAGE OF PLAYING PUTTI. Master Grigory Lakomkin, Russia, Moscow, circa 1740.
SILVER OVAL DISH DECORATED WITH FOUR CARTOUCHES WITH THE IMAGE OF PLAYING PUTTI. Master Grigory Lakomkin, Russia, Moscow, circa 1740.
Silver, cast, engraved, chased, polished. Marks: coat of arms of the city of «Moscow» over the date (unreadable), master «GL», assay master I. Sha-gin «I.Sh.». Dimensions: 48.7 x 35.8 cm. Weight: 1450 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
BAS-RELIEF «LIBERATION OF AMSTERDAM 1813.» Russia, Fyodor Tolstoy, 1825
BAS-RELIEF «LIBERATION OF AMSTERDAM 1813.» Russia, Fyodor Tolstoy, 1825
Bisque porcelain. Signed «INVENTED AND WORKED COUNT FYODOR TOLSTOY 1825» 20.2 x 20.2 x 2.1 cm. From the series of 20 reliefs in the style of classicism, created by the artist Fyodor Tolstoy after victory in the Patriotic War of 1812, with allegorical scenes of the war of 1812 and foreign campaigns of the Russian army in 1813-14. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
PORCELAIN PLATE «THE WHITE STONE KREMLIN». Porcelain Factory Kornilov Brothers, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1861-70.
PORCELAIN PLATE «THE WHITE STONE KREMLIN». Porcelain Factory Kornilov Brothers, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1861-70.
Porcelain, polychrome overglaze painting, gilding. Blue mark «The Kornilov Brothers from St. Pe-tersburg» under the double-headed eagle. Restoration of a slight chip on the rim on the under-side. Diameter: 23 cm ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SET OF 6 PORCELAIN PLATE FROM THE ORDER OF ST. GEORGE SERVICE The Imperial porcelain factory of Francis Gardner, Kozlov Gavriil Ignatievich, Russia, 1777-1778 (reign of Empress Catherine II of Russia)
SET OF 6 PORCELAIN PLATE FROM THE ORDER OF ST. GEORGE SERVICE The Imperial porcelain factory of Francis Gardner, Kozlov Gavriil Ignatievich, Russia, 1777-1778 (reign of Empress Catherine II of Russia)
With scalloped gilt rims, the border with the orange and black striped sash of the order interwoven with laurel branches, the center with the star of the Order of Saint George. Condition: three plates are in very good condition, the other three are in good overall condition with little sign of usage Porcelain, polychrome overglaze painting, gilding. Underglazed cobalt factory mark "G", impressed marks in paste: "o" and "asterisk". Diameter - 23 cm. Provenance: From the collection of Commandant Paul Louis Weiller (1893-1993), a French industrialist and philanthropist, a pioneer of commercial aviation, a member of the board of directors of Air-France. Weiller was born into a Jewish Alsatian family, which had pioneered the industrialisation of Europe. He later became an aviation hero during the First World War. Using aerial photography during his reconnaissance flights, he was shot down on several occasions and wounded. He was a pioneer in the field of civil aviation (his airlines were subsumed into Air France on nationalisation in 1935), a political prisoner in the Second World War. Weiller also led a glamorous social life, regularly visiting the royal houses of Europe, renowned businessmen and politicians, as well as cultural personalities. He was known as a philanthropist and patron of the arts. Purchased by the present owner at the auction of Gros & Delettrez, Paris, April 5, 2011, Lot 84 (hammer price: €60,000) The St. George service was the first of four order sets ordered by he Empress Catherine II of Russia, at the Gardner factory for ceremonial receptions at the Zimny (Winter) Palace. The set, intended to serve eighty people, and cost 6,000 rubles. In 1856, the Emperor Alexander II enhanced it with exquisite chandeliers and decorative vases, and during the reign of Emperor Nicholas II it was enhanced by pie plates. Imperial Military Order of St. George the Victorious was the highest military award of the Russian Empire, established by Catherine II November 26, 1769 to distinguish officers for their heroic deeds on the battlefields and for military service. The Order had four degrees of honours. The Service was intended for a solemn dinner, in honour of a meeting of the Duma of the Order and was held annually, on November 26 in the St. George Hall of the Winter Palace. The service of the Order of St. George was first used on November 26, 1778 and the last on November 26, 1916. A large part from this service is kept in the collections of the Hermitage Museum and several pieces in the collections of the Hillwood Museum, Washington (Taylor, Art Hillwood, Washington, 1988, Fig. 105, 72 and L. Nikifora, Russian Porcelain in the Hermitage, Leningrad, 1973).
Silver-gilt chalice with a lid in Neoclassical style, with a finial featuring figure of a knight on the pommel. Unidentified master, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1746 (during the reign of Elizabeth of Russia)
Silver-gilt chalice with a lid in Neoclassical style, with a finial featuring figure of a knight on the pommel. Unidentified master, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1746 (during the reign of Elizabeth of Russia)
Floral ornaments occupy chased background, the chalice is decorated with mascarons and with cartouches with animals on the background of cities and villages . The body of chalice transforms into a figured, richly decorated pedestal with a floral frieze and cartouches. Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, chased, mounted Hallmarks: the coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg over the date "1746", the master "AF" and "FI". Height: 38.2 cm, diameter: 10 cm, weight: 660 gr.
Silver-gilt beaker decorated with a floral ornament with the architectural elements. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1768 (during the reign of Catherine the Great)
Silver-gilt beaker decorated with a floral ornament with the architectural elements. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1768 (during the reign of Catherine the Great)
Silver-gilt, cast, stamp, engraved Hallmarks: coat of arms of the city of Moscow over the date "1768", master "..СГ". H. 19.5 cm, D. 11.4 cm, weight: 367 gr.
Silver wash set comprising wash jug and basin Unknown master, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1825-26.
Silver wash set comprising wash jug and basin Unknown master, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1825-26.
Silver, cast, engraved, polished Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg, assay master A. I. Yashinkov "A. Я.", master "M. E. Ж.". Jug: H. 25 cm. Basin: 30.4 x 23 x 8.3 cm. Total weight - 1560 gr.
Silver-gilt sugar bowl with a floral bone filial Master F. Lenquist, Russia, Saint - Petersburg, 1832 (during reign of Nicholas I)
Silver-gilt sugar bowl with a floral bone filial Master F. Lenquist, Russia, Saint - Petersburg, 1832 (during reign of Nicholas I)
Silver, cast, engraved, mounted, gilding, bone. Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg, assay master "L. K" over the date "1832", master "F. L". Height - 13.8 cm, width - 22 cm, weight - 564 gr.
Silver-gilt candy bowl, square-shaped and decorated with floral ornament. Unidentified master "DSH", Russia, Moscow, 1832 (during the reign of Nicholas I)
Silver-gilt candy bowl, square-shaped and decorated with floral ornament. Unidentified master "DSH", Russia, Moscow, 1832 (during the reign of Nicholas I)
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master N. L. Dubrovin "N.D" over the date "1832", master "DSH". 18.3 x 18.3 x 7 cm. Weight: 374 gr.
Silver-gilt candy bowl with a handle. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1833
Silver-gilt candy bowl with a handle. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1833
Silver, cast, engraved, mounted, gilding. Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master N. L. Dubrovin "N. D" over the date "1833", master "NV". Height-18.4 cm, length-18 cm, weight-295 gr.
Silver-gilt sugar bowl with lid. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1834
Silver-gilt sugar bowl with lid. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1834
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted, ebony Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), the coat of arms of the city of Moscow over the date " 183.. ", assay master N. L. Dubrovin" N .. " above the date "1834 ", marker's mark indistinct. H. 11.2 cm, L. 16 cm, weight: 250 gr.
Parcel-gilt silver milk jug with a bone handle Unidentified master " И..", Russia, 1846 (during reign of Nicholas I)
Parcel-gilt silver milk jug with a bone handle Unidentified master " И..", Russia, 1846 (during reign of Nicholas I)
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, chased, mounted, bone, Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), unidentified assay master in Cyrillic "Л.К." over the date "1846", unidentified master in Cyrillic " И..". Height: 10.5 cm, width: 11 cm, weight: 148 gr.
Silver creamer decorated with floral ornaments with a curled handle. Master K. G. Simonsson, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1857 (during the reign of Alexander II)
Silver creamer decorated with floral ornaments with a curled handle. Master K. G. Simonsson, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1857 (during the reign of Alexander II)
Silver, cast, engraved, chased, niello Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg, assay master A. N. Mitin "A. M" over the date "1857", master "G. S". H. 7.5 cm, W. 9 cm, weight: 93 gr.
Silver-gilt prize Cup with the coat of arms in the form of a double-headed eagle under a crown Russia, 1899-1906
Silver-gilt prize Cup with the coat of arms in the form of a double-headed eagle under a crown Russia, 1899-1906
Silver, casting, engraving, asembling, polishing, gilding. Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik) with "female profile facing to the left" with the code "3", number "47770", diamond-shaped (unreadable). H. 22.7 cm, D. 11 cm, weight: 420 gr. The prize cup is decorated with a laurel wreath wrapped with a ribbon, encircling the upper part of the Cup, with the coat of arms in the form of a double-headed eagle under a crown with a shield depicting "George the Victorious", and engraved inscription "I Pris K. E. S. Y. C. MARIETTE 27/6 1913" on the Cup’s body.
Silver goblet in the neo-Russian style. Factory of A. A. Mukhin, Russia, Moscow, 1875 (during the reign of Alexander II)
Silver goblet in the neo-Russian style. Factory of A. A. Mukhin, Russia, Moscow, 1875 (during the reign of Alexander II)
Silver, cast, engraved Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master V. Savenkov "V.S" over the date "1875", workshop "AM". H. 16.5 cm, D. 9.8 cm, weight: 331 gr. The master used motifs of peasant life, imitating folk embroidery in the Cup decoration. An image of Deer and a monogram are decorated with medallions.
Silver-gilt Tromple l'Oeil salt cellar in the neo-Russian style "Teremok". Semyon Kazakov's workshop, Russia, Moscow, 1899-1908
Silver-gilt Tromple l'Oeil salt cellar in the neo-Russian style "Teremok". Semyon Kazakov's workshop, Russia, Moscow, 1899-1908
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik) with a "female profile facing to the left" and the initials of the assay master I. Lebedkin "IL", master "SK". One leg slightly deformed, overall in good condition. 5 x 3.9 x 11 cm. Weight: 98 gr.
PRESENTATION SET of SILVER-GILT CUTLERY for one person in original case, comprising a knife, a spoon, a fork, a teaspoon and a goblet Master M. I. Sinitsyn, Russia, Moscow, 1885
PRESENTATION SET of SILVER-GILT CUTLERY for one person in original case, comprising a knife, a spoon, a fork, a teaspoon and a goblet Master M. I. Sinitsyn, Russia, Moscow, 1885
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, chased, metal. Hallmarks: metal mark 84 (zolotnik), assay master A. Romanov "A. P." over the date "1885", the coat of arms of the city "George the Victorious", master "M. SINITSYN", on the blade of the knife firm mark of factory I. G. Zavyalov - "ZAVYALOV IN VORSME". The length of the knife: 27.8 cm. Size of the case: 30 x 14.5 cm. Total weight: 272 grams.
Presentation Silver-Gilt with Polychrome Cloisonné Enamel and Karelian birch flatware set comprising a spoon and fork in an old case of the company of I. E. Morozov, the supplier of the Imperial court Russia, late XIX-early XX centuries.
Presentation Silver-Gilt with Polychrome Cloisonné Enamel and Karelian birch flatware set comprising a spoon and fork in an old case of the company of I. E. Morozov, the supplier of the Imperial court Russia, late XIX-early XX centuries.
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, polychrome cloisonne enamel, chased, Karelian birch , carved , polished. Hallmarks :"IX.". Seal on the inner side of the case cover " Supplier of the court of HIS IMPERIAL MAJESTY I. E. MOROZOV. St. PETERSBURG.» Spoon: L. 17.5 cm, fork: L. 17.7 c m. Total weight - 76 g. Case: 32 x 13.5 x 5.2 cm.
Silver-gilt milk jug Factory of O. F. Kurlyukov, Russia, Moscow, 1908-16.
Silver-gilt milk jug Factory of O. F. Kurlyukov, Russia, Moscow, 1908-16.
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik) with a "female profile facing to the right" and the code of the city, the workshop "O. KURLYUKOV". H. 9.8 cm, W. 12.2 cm, weight: 200 gr.
Silver kovsh decorated with floral ornament and the inscription in Cyrillic "YOUR SHIRT IS CLOSER TO YOUR BODY" [Near is my shirt, but nearer is my skin] Workshop of A. K. Karpov, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1899-1908
Silver kovsh decorated with floral ornament and the inscription in Cyrillic "YOUR SHIRT IS CLOSER TO YOUR BODY" [Near is my shirt, but nearer is my skin] Workshop of A. K. Karpov, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1899-1908
Silver, cast, engraved Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), with a "female profile facing to the left " with the initials of the assay master "AR", master "A. K". H. 5cm, L. 12.5 cm, weight: 98 gr.
Silver vase in the neo-Russian style, decorated with floral motifs, images of birds and a cartouche with the monogram "TAM" (THERE). Workshop of A. F. Golovin, Russia, Moscow, 1896
Silver vase in the neo-Russian style, decorated with floral motifs, images of birds and a cartouche with the monogram "TAM" (THERE). Workshop of A. F. Golovin, Russia, Moscow, 1896
Silver, cast, engraved Marks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master L. F. Olens "L.O" above the date "1896", master "AG". Engraving on the back side: "from friends 30 VIII 1897". H. 14.8 cm, D. 7.7 cm. Weight: 210 gr.
SILVER-GILT CUP WITH LID, DECORATED WITH SPOONS-SHAPED RELIEF AND MEDALLIONS FEATURING CHRONICLERS.
SILVER-GILT CUP WITH LID, DECORATED WITH SPOONS-SHAPED RELIEF AND MEDALLIONS FEATURING CHRONICLERS.
Unknown master, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1741 Silver, cast, engraved, mounted, patina, gilding. Hallmarks: coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg over the date «1741», master «OИ». Height: 19 cm, diameter: 10.4 cm, weight: 400 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER OVAL CAVIAR BOWL WITH A LID ON ROUNDED LEGS WITH A ROCAILLE DECOR. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, circa 1770
SILVER OVAL CAVIAR BOWL WITH A LID ON ROUNDED LEGS WITH A ROCAILLE DECOR. Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, circa 1770
(during reign of Catherine the Great) Silver, cast, engraved, mounted. Hallmarks: coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master « A..»under the date, «177», alderman Fedor Petrov «AFP», master «I. A». 14.5 x 12 x 9.8 cm. Weight - 276 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER OVAL SUGAR BOWL WITH LID WITH ROCAILLE MOTIFS.
SILVER OVAL SUGAR BOWL WITH LID WITH ROCAILLE MOTIFS.
Unidentified master, Russia, circa 1780 (during reign of Catherine the Great) Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted Hallmarks: «L», master «SKM «. 15.5 x 10 x 10.5 cm. Weight-369 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
TEA SET COMPRISING SILVER-GILT TEAPOT AND A SUGAR BOWL. Workshop of Karl Sivers, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1858(during the reign of Alexander II)
TEA SET COMPRISING SILVER-GILT TEAPOT AND A SUGAR BOWL. Workshop of Karl Sivers, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1858(during the reign of Alexander II)
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, chased, bone Hallmarks: metal mark 84 (zolornik), coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg, assay master A. N. Mitin «A. M» over the date «1858», master «C. S». Teapot: H. 10.7 cm, W. 19.7 cm; Sugar bowl: H. 10.4 cm, W. 14.5 cm. Total weight - 773 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER-GILT MILK JUG Master Abraham Forstedt, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1839 (during the reign of Nicholas I)
SILVER-GILT MILK JUG Master Abraham Forstedt, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1839 (during the reign of Nicholas I)
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted, bone, carved, polished. Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of St. Petersburg, assay master « D.. « over the date «1839», master «A. F». H. 14 cm, W. 15 cm, weight: 237 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER-GILT TROMPE L’OEIL SUGAR BOWL WITH A LID IN THE «NEO-RUSSIAN STYLE» IN THE FORM OF A BARREL. Master I. Auvin, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1860 (during the reign of Alexandre II).
SILVER-GILT TROMPE L’OEIL SUGAR BOWL WITH A LID IN THE «NEO-RUSSIAN STYLE» IN THE FORM OF A BARREL. Master I. Auvin, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1860 (during the reign of Alexandre II).
Silver-gilt, cast, engraved, mounted Hallmarks: 84 metal purity mark, coat of arms of the city of Saint Petersburg, assay master E. F. Brandenburg «Э.Б.» over the date «1860», master «IA». Height - 18.3 cm, diameter - 10 cm, weight - 302 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER COFFEE POT WITH A LID WITH A FLORAL FINIAL
SILVER COFFEE POT WITH A LID WITH A FLORAL FINIAL
Unidentified master, Russia, Moscow, 1888 Silver, cast, engraved, mounted, bone, polished Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master «C» over the date «1888», master»AK». H. 16.7 cm, L. 26.5 cm, weight: 645 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER-GILT CANDY DISH DECORATED WITH A HANDLE, DECORATED WITH CONVEX «SPOONS» AND VINE LEAVES Workshop of Ivan Zaytsev, Russia, Moscow, 1821 (during reign of Alexander I)
SILVER-GILT CANDY DISH DECORATED WITH A HANDLE, DECORATED WITH CONVEX «SPOONS» AND VINE LEAVES Workshop of Ivan Zaytsev, Russia, Moscow, 1821 (during reign of Alexander I)
Silver, casting, engraving, sawing, assembling, gilding. Hallmarks: 84 metal mark, coat of arms of the city of Moscow, assay master «M.K.» above the date «1821», the maker «ИЗ». 16.5 x 12.7 x 20.3 cm. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
TWO RECTANGULAR-SHAPED SILVER SALTS WITH FLORAL FRIEZE. Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1830-40. Silver-gilt, cast, engraved
TWO RECTANGULAR-SHAPED SILVER SALTS WITH FLORAL FRIEZE. Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1830-40. Silver-gilt, cast, engraved
Hallmarks: silver mark 84 (zolotnik), coat of arms of the city, assay master D. I. Tversky «D. T» over the date «1839», master «E.S»; silver mark 84 (zolotnik), master «I. N». 4.4 x 7.5 x 5.8 cm and 4.6 x 7.5 x 5.8 cm Total weight - 79 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
SILVER DECORATIVE DISH IN THE NEO-RUSSIAN STYLE WITH A CARVED EDGE AND FLORAL DECOR. Master S. Vekeva, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1892
SILVER DECORATIVE DISH IN THE NEO-RUSSIAN STYLE WITH A CARVED EDGE AND FLORAL DECOR. Master S. Vekeva, Russia, Saint Petersburg, 1892
Silver, cast and turned, engraved, polished Marks: 84 metal mark with the coat of arms of the city of St. Petersburg, the initials of the assay master A. T. Sevier «A.S.» and the date «1892», the master «S. W». Diameter - 45 cm. Weight - 1387 gr. ⊕This lot is under temporary importation and is subject to import tax (EU)
Bronze sculpture "Hunting for a snail". Model by the sculptor Pierre Nicolas TOURGUENEFF (1853 - 1912) Susse Frères bronze foundry , France, end XIX - early XX centuries.
Bronze sculpture "Hunting for a snail". Model by the sculptor Pierre Nicolas TOURGUENEFF (1853 - 1912) Susse Frères bronze foundry , France, end XIX - early XX centuries.
Bronze, cast, engravd, patina Hallmarks: "Tourgueneff", " Susse Freres EDITEURS. PARIS". Size 12 x 6 x 6.7 cm.
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