10 Russian Art & Silver Highlights from the James F. Scott Collection

New York | 15 October 2018
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You may be surprised to learn that despite its eclectic furnishings from Europe, Asia and beyond, the worldly Gallison Hall is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. Its late owner James F. Scott had a sizable and diverse collection of Russian works of art that included Faberge frames, icons, costumes and even a pair of skis owned by Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaevich. Click ahead to browse some of these rare Russian highlights.

10 Russian Art & Silver Highlights from the James F. Scott Collection

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