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An icon of the Iverskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1896-1908

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Estimate:

3,000

to
- 5,000 GBP

An icon of the Iverskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1896-1908

An icon of the Iverskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1896-1908

Estimate:

3,000

to
- 5,000 GBP

Lot sold:

3,750

GBP

An icon of the Iverskaya Mother of God, in a silver-gilt oklad, Moscow, 1896-1908


the raised halos and robes decorated with pastes in imitation of precious stones, struck with workmaster's initials N.I in

Cyrillic, 84 standard

31.6 by 26.6cm, 12⅜ by 10 1/2in.

The painting with oklad-associated damage. The surface covered with darkened varnish.

The oklad probably re-gilt later.


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