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Русский фарфор XIX-XX веков. / Эпоха возрождения

Русский фарфор XIX-XX веков. / Эпоха возрождения

A tête-à-tête coffee set with the monogram “Н I” (Nikolai the First) under the imperial crown, 1826.   A tray picturing a view of the Kremlinis not part of the set - it was made earlier in 1818.  State Hermitage Museum, Russia

A tête-à-tête coffee set with the monogram “Н I” (Nikolai the First) under the imperial crown, A tray picturing a view of the Kremlinis not part of the set - it was made earlier in State Hermitage Museum, Russia

A Porcelain Plate from the Tsar Nicholas I Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) - Sotheby's

A Porcelain Plate from the Tsar Nicholas I Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, Period of Nicholas I

Russian porcelain plates from the Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) | lot | Sotheby's

A set of twelve Russian porcelain plates from the Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I

A rare Russian Imperial presentation cup and saucer, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Catherine II (1762-1796) cylindrical tapering form, both cup and saucer with the floriate initials GR within two-color, ciselé gilt wreath surmounted by a princely crown and from which is suspended a ribbon-tied swag, the rim of the cup and the border of the saucer similarly decorated with varicolor gilt band intertwined with festoons of blue roses with gilt leaves, the handle…

A rare Russian Imperial presentation cup and saucer, Imperial Porcelain…

A PORCELAIN DESSERT PLATE FROM THE CORONATION SERVICE OF NICHOLAS I, IMPERIAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTORY, CIRCA 1826 painted royal blue, the cavetto with the Imperial Eagle and the chain of the Imperial Order of St. Andrew, the border richly gilded with swans, anthemion and wreaths, unmarked diameter: 21cm., 8¼in

porcelain dessert plate from the coronation service of Nicholas I, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, circa 1826

The plate from The Yusupov Porcelain, Russia, 1826. The plate "Rosier des hayes a Fleurs semi-doubles".

A plate from The Yusupov Porcelain Service, Russia, The plate "Rosier des hayes a Fleurs semi-doubles".

Russian Dessert Plates from the Kremlin Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) - Sotheby's

A Set of Ten Russian Dessert Plates from the Kremlin Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I

A plate from His Majesty's Own Dacha Service, Imperial Porcelain Factory, second quarter 19th century. Gilt edge white bas-relief ornamental flower and vine motif with gold border against a blue ground. Crowned entwined floral monogram of Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich (Alexander II) and his wife Maria Alexandrovna in the center. Blue underglaze Nicholas I mark.

IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY His Majesty's Own Dacha Service Plate

View this item and discover similar jewelry for sale at - A plate from His Majesty's Own Dacha Service, Imperial Porcelain Factory, second quarter century. Gilt edge white bas-relief ornamental flower and

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