Imperial Russian Antiques
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Imperial Russian Milk Glass Fruit Bowl, Bolotin Glass Factory, c. 1885- 1917.
Exquisite Porcelain Sugar Bowl w. Lid, by Kuznetsov Factory, 1889-1917. Outstanding condition.
Cut Glass Creamer or Sauce Boat c. late XIX - early XX cent. Ornament in Maltsov Glass Factory style.
Stunning Massive Lead Cut Crystal Decanter w. Stopper, c. late XIX - early XX C. VG condition.
Imperial Russian Single Stem Vase in Brilliant Champagne Colored Glass, c. late XIX - early XX C. Hand Blown, VG to EXC condition.
Imperial Russian Single Stem Vase in Caramel Colored Glass, Very Tall c. late XIX - early XX C. Hand Blown, VG to EXC condition.
Imperial Russian Single Stem Vase in Green & Clear Glass, c. late XIX - early XX C. Hand Blown, VG condition.
Bisque Porcelain Figurine Nursing Mother (aka Motherhood), by Gardner Manufactory, c. 1870s-90s. VG condition.
Majolica Fruit Bowl w. high-relief grapevine artwork, possibly by Kuznetsov Porcelain Company, late XIX - early XX C. Very good condition.
Antique Imperial Era St. Petersburg Desk Set Attractive and interesting desk set comprising a calendar holder and two paperweights mounted with sculpted bears.
Matching Set of 2 Inkwells, in Heavy Clear Cut Glass w. Solid Brass Lids, c. late 19th - early 20th century.
Antique Inkwell in Cut Crystal, complete w. Lid, c. mid- to late XIX c.
Kusa Cast Iron Lockbox, c. mid-XIX - early XX century (pre-1917), With Imperial Double-Headed Eagle Warrant and Maker's Mark. Original Key, in Superb Working Condition
Tea Caddy in Embossed Tin, Hand-Painted, w. Internal Locking Lid, c. late 19th - early 20th century. Good to very good condition.
Fedoskino Summer Troika 8" lacquer plate from the Vishnyakov Workshop, circa 1880s-1890s.
Fedoskino Summer Troika lacquerware "keg" from the Vishnyakov and Sons Workshop, circa early 1880s. Designed for use as a caddy for either tea or tobacco. 3 ½ " in dimeter, 3 5/8" high.
Lacquer tea caddy probably from either the Vishnyakov or the Lukutin workshops in the Fedoskino region. 3 ½" x 3 1/8" x 5 ¼". Circa 1900.
Cavalry officer in winter uniform, Cuirassier Regiment of the Military Order of St. George from the 1854-1855 period. Large hand- colored lithograph printed soon after the Crimean War, in very fine condition.
To find a selection of other fine Russian Imperial military prints, please visit our "Imperial Russian Posters, Lithographs and Books" section.
Brass padlock with steel shackle circa 1870s - 1910s, patented. No key.
Huge Party-Size Brass Samovar by Batashev, c. 1896 - 1917. Very good condition.