A merry procession. The gentle somewhat cold finely nuanced domineering colors and beautiful contrast of warm golden colors serves not only to reveal the contents of the poem, but to convey the painter's own feelings.
Up for auction we have a Russian Samovar complete with teapot, tray and bowl. It is stamped with the Russian Imperial Seal. It is in rough shape. The bottom seal is rusted out and the handle on the spout is broken. The wooden handles are missing the end caps. Also, the teapot is cracked through the surface. See photos. Approximate measurements are: 18" tall and 12" wide. Please check for our other offerings. New items are added daily. If you require additional photos or have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Customer service is at the forefront of everything we do! We ship USPS priority mail and usually ship within 2 business days of receiving funds. For office use only - MN SOO 20# 18 16 16
Russian Pavlovo Posad shawl scarf 125 x 125cm(49x49"). Every year «Pavlovo Posad Shawl Manufactory» issues around 300 kinds of shawls, kerchiefs, scarves, cache-nez, tablecloths of natural fibers: wool, cotton, silk.
MARKED ON THE TOP COVER WITH AWARD MEDAL AND FACTORY NAME: ПАРОВАЯ САМОВАРНАЯ ФАБРИКА И. КАПЫРЗИНА С СЫНОВЬЯМИ В ТУЛЕ". 17 1/2" IN HEIGHT. HOLD 3.5 LITERS.GOOD ANTIQUE CONDITION WITH MINOR WEAR ON CROWN.
Maria Feodorovna (Dagmar of Denmark). The plate has the emblem for Maria Feodorovna, Dagmar of Denmark. Kuznetsov Porcelain Factory. There is wear to the gilding on the edge of the plate and there are light scratch marks in the white center area.
Imperial Porcelain Factory (or Manufactory). "The Purple, or Tsarskoe Selo, Service was the last major service commissioned from the Imperial Porcelain Manufactory and Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. It has the underglaze green stamp for the Imperial Porcelain Factory with the date 1906.
Highly detailed, in the best traditions of Russian bronze casting. No marks, only the inscription on the stand "MINERVA". Minerva was an ancient Italian goddess of handicrafts and patroness of guilds and thus was the patroness of women.
The holder of "Order of Victory" is decorated with traditional Soviet patterns. On the front depicts the Order of Victory. The holder provides space for greeting engraving. Plated holder - a special stand with a handle, which gives stability and allows the glass to take in hand a glass of hot drink without risking a burn.
You are bidding on the titled samovar in fair/good antique condition. Estate sale find. Brass with wood handles. Minor denting. One Knob on top missing. Needs a good polishing. Stunning piece. See pictures as part of the detailed description. $99 start. $ calculated shipping by FedEx Ground to USA 48 only. Paypal only. Good luck
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