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|Drawings, Pencil and watercolour on cardboard, 27x36.4 cm|
|Origin: Russia, 1890s, Firm 'Faberge'|
|Album: Designs by the artists of the Faberge firm|
|Source of entry: State Museum of Ethnography of the Peoples of the USSR, Leningrad, 1941|
Russian Imperial Porcelain
The first table service Nicholas commissioned from the fac- tory, was his Coronation ... magnificent table decoration designed as 20 gilded baskets, supported by ... Figure 8, Banquet service for the Crown prince, Grand Duke. Alexander ... ceremonial porcelain services produced by the Imperial Fac- tory.
At the Tsar's Table - Marquette University
Table: Russian Imperial Porcelain from the Raymond F. Piper Collection, in ... tions and checklist are designed to give the reader a sense of the great ... point crown of a count, 43/4 x 63/4 in. Bisque Bust of ... Plate from Berlin Service, German Porcelain Factory ...... decoration of the various pieces of a service, princes and.
Court Dining - Blog & Alexander Palace Time Machine
The Tsar's table in the reign of Nicholas II followed traditions established ... the reign of Catherine the Great and even back to the days of the Great Princes of ... The waiters were looked upon as adornments to the splendidly decorated table of the Tsar. ... The entire meal service was set on this schedule and it involved a fine ...
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