Lot 101
Property from the Eugenie T. Rahim Trust

Russian Imperial Porcelain Manufactory Military Plate of Two Grenadiers
St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855)
Having a turquoise border with gilt and polychrome Imperial coat of arms, the cavetto depicting two soldiers in a landscape. Underside with underglaze blue Imperial cipher of Nicholas I and Cyrillic inscription in black Pavlovskii Grenaderskii Polk (Pavlovsk Grenadiers Regiment). Chip to rim; area of cloudiness to glaze of border.
Diameter: 9-5/8 in (24.4 cm)
Estimate $1,500-2,500

As noted in catalogue; two small areas of scratching to sky at u.c.


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