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A silver-gilt, seed pearl and cloisonné enamel icon of the Vladimirskaya Mother of God, Ivan Tarabrov, Moscow, 1893
Estimate
25,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 70,850 GBP
JUMP TO LOT
262
A silver-gilt, seed pearl and cloisonné enamel icon of the Vladimirskaya Mother of God, Ivan Tarabrov, Moscow, 1893
Estimate
25,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 70,850 GBP
JUMP TO LOT

Details & Cataloguing

Russian Works of Art, Faberge and Icons

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A silver-gilt, seed pearl and cloisonné enamel icon of the Vladimirskaya Mother of God, Ivan Tarabrov, Moscow, 1893
the robes of the Virgin and Child highlighted in gilt against a muted green ground, the oklad with robes formed from seed pearls mounted with rose-cut and old mine diamond-set stars,  the four corners and halo enamelled in similar style, with silver-gilt frame chased with a raised foliate relief within cloisonné enamel borders, 84 standard, held in a gilt frame and customised kyot
31.5 by 27cm., 12 1/2 by 10 1/2 in.
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Catalogue Note

Ivan Philipovich Tarabrov was a well known workmaster and the owner of a workshop of gold and silversmiths from 1893-1913. By 1897 he had forty-six silversmiths working for him specialising in works of art ranging from tea-glass holders to oklads for icons. For another icon in this sale by Ivan Tarabrov see lot 286. For a decorative cross by the same maker see lot 138.

Russian Works of Art, Faberge and Icons

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