513
513
A drawing for a silver-mounted cut-glass bowl
for W.A. Bolin, early 20th century
Estimate
5,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 5,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT
513
A drawing for a silver-mounted cut-glass bowl
for W.A. Bolin, early 20th century
Estimate
5,0008,000
LOT SOLD. 5,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

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A drawing for a silver-mounted cut-glass bowl
for W.A. Bolin, early 20th century
pencil, pen and black ink on heavy paper.
20 1/4 in. by 30 3/4 in.
51.5 cm by 78 cm
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Catalogue Note

The jewelery firm of Bolin was established in 1791 in St. Petersburg. Carl Edvard Bolin was originally from Sweden and became one of the favorite jewelers of the Tsar and his court.  In 1850 his younger brother Henrik Conrand established a branch in Moscow which specialized in silverware and was also patronized by the Court.  When Henrik died, the company was passed to his son Wilhelm Andreyevich, (W. A. Bolin), which then became the official name of the company.

Ariane Dandois: European Furniture, Paintings & Asian Art

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New York