Lot 415
  • 415

An extensive group of porcelain from the Ordinary Service, Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, period of Nicholas II (1894-1917)

Estimate
20,000 - 30,000 GBP
Sold
23,750 GBP
bidding is closed

Description

comprising fifteen dinner plates, eight soup plates, sixteen luncheon plates, ten caviar plates, three side plates, three finger bowls, three egg cups, seven tea cups, five saucers, a tea pot, covered sugar bowl and cream jug, four oval serving bowls, two round serving bowls, two oval platters, two circular platters, a small bowl, a fish platter, a covered tureen, and a sauce boat, all painted with the Imperial eagle 'of the old type' within gilt borders, with green Imperial cypher of Nicholas II, dated between 1897 and 1915, one caviar plate plate with green Imperial cypher of Alexander III, dated 1891, together with two tea cups from the Coronation Service of Emperor Alexander III, both painted with the Imperial eagle 'of the new type', with green Imperial cypher of Nicholas II, dated 1895 and 1914
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