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A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Teodor Nugren, St Petersburg, 1874-1898

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Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 GBP

Property from an Important Private Collection

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Teodor Nugren, St Petersburg, 1874-1898

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Teodor Nugren, St Petersburg, 1874-1898

Estimate:

2,000

to
- 3,000 GBP

Lot sold:

4,032

GBP

Property from an Important Private Collection

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Teodor Nugren, St Petersburg, 1874-1898


faceted glass with silver plaques with enamelled birds and birch trees in Pan-Slavic style with varicoloured borders, the body of the holder of the glass with gilt intertwining firewood, the geometric handle with matching ornament, marked on the underside, 84 standard; together with a spoon with a geometric white flower against gilt ground within red geometric border on vivid green, the handle with matching decorations, marked on the side, 91 standard, with a fitted Lyubavin case, possibly associated

height of the glass holder 12.5cm, 5in., length of the spoon 14cm, 5 1/2in.

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Sotheby's Geneva, 6 May 1981, lot 416