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A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Alexander Sokolov, St Petersburg, 1879

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Estimate:

1,500

to
- 2,500 GBP

Property from an Important Private Collection

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Alexander Sokolov, St Petersburg, 1879

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Alexander Sokolov, St Petersburg, 1879

Estimate:

1,500

to
- 2,500 GBP

Lot sold:

6,300

GBP

Property from an Important Private Collection

A silver-gilt and champlevé enamel tea glass holder, Alexander Sokolov, St Petersburg, 1879


cast as an openwork fence centred with a cartouche with initials OG in Cyrillic, the sides enamelled with a varicoloured Russian proverb ‘what one is rich with, one is happy with’, pierced geometric base and triangular feet, 84 standard

height including handle: 15cm, 5 7/8in.

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