Lot 3545
Home & Interiors: Antique Furniture & Design, Ceramics & Decorative Art | 17 December 2021
Imperial Russian Porcelain; a plate, two ewers and a bowl

19th to early 20th century, Russia

Made at the Imperial Porcelain Factory, Saint Petersburg; A bowl with gilded bands and a portrait in relief biscuit porcelain, showing Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, wife of Tsar Nicholas II, and dated in the backstamp 1916. The backstamp with two etched lines which indicate that this piece was a factory second. Together with two lidded ewers, the backstamps removed (also factory seconds) and an earlier plate in Sevres style with a cobalt gilt background and four vignettes with florals, this is a factory first plate and marked with the blue underglaze stamp of the Imperial Porcelain Factory with the monogram of Nicholas I under the imperial crown.

The plate: D 25.5 cm, The bowl: H 8.5 cm, D 10.4 cm

One of the ewers with a repaired handle. The gilding on the plate with some wear. The bowl with an underglaze chip on the the base edge (which is probably the reason why it is marked as a factory second).

€ 800,00
€ 1.200,00