An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834
An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834
An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834
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An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 GBP

An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 GBP

Lot Details

Description

An icon of the Feodorvskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1834


the oklad repoussé and chased with rocaille scrolls, plain polished raised halo, struck VP in Cyrillic, possibly

for Vasilyi Popov, 84 standard

31.5 by 27cm, 12⅜ by 10⅝in.

Condition Report

There is some minor retouching to the painting at the gilt halo and the background, masking the oklad-associated damage. Overall in very good condition.

The oklad probably re-gilt later.


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Russian Works of Art, Fabergé & Icons
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