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A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN PRESENTATION CUP AND SAUCER  IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, DATED 1834, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS

A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN PRESENTATION CUP AND SAUCER IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, DATED 1834, PERIOD OF NICHOLAS

Palace Service Porcelain Plate Czarevich Alexander Alexandrovich

Palace Service Porcelain Plate Czarevich Alexander Alexandrovich

russian tea cups | Russian Teamaker Blue Rhapsody from Lomonosov Porcelain at The Russian ...

russian tea cups | Russian Teamaker Blue Rhapsody from Lomonosov Porcelain at The Russian ...

Spode: cobalt and gold beaded, swagged, breathtakingly elegant cabinet cup and saucer, c.1895. Hints of lilly pads suggest turn-of-the-century sinuous curves brought to fashion by art nouveau

Spode: cobalt and gold beaded, swagged, breathtakingly elegant cabinet cup and saucer, c.1895. Hints of lilly pads suggest turn-of-the-century sinuous curves brought to fashion by art nouveau

Tea Cup & Saucer....wow Rose look at this; love things with some gold on them

Tea Cup & Saucer....wow Rose look at this; love things with some gold on them

#NMFallTrends: Navy: The New Neutral ;   Russian china

#NMFallTrends: Navy: The New Neutral ; Russian china

A Pair of Russian Porcelain Tazzas from the Farm Palace Banquet Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) - Sotheby's 10,600

A Pair of Russian Porcelain Tazzas from the Farm Palace Banquet Service, Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, Period of Nicholas I (1825-1855) - Sotheby's 10,600

Russian Imperial Porcelain Babigon Cup Saucer 1825-1894

Russian Imperial Porcelain Babigon Cup Saucer 1825-1894

A Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory dinner plate from The Farm Palace Banquet Service, a Service made for Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich (Alexander II) during the reign of his father Nicholas I, Peterhof, circa 1825-1855. The center of the plate decorated with the crowned Imperial cipher of Alexander II against a powder blue ground.

A Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory dinner plate from The Farm Palace Banquet Service, a Service made for Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich (Alexander II) during the reign of his father Nicholas I, Peterhof, circa 1825-1855. The center of the plate decorated with the crowned Imperial cipher of Alexander II against a powder blue ground.

IMPERIAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTURE (Russia) - DINNER PLATE  (Russia)  Title : DINNER PLATE  Date : ca 1826      Category : Ceramics  Medium :  : Porcelain, heightened with polychromatic enamels

IMPERIAL PORCELAIN MANUFACTURE (Russia) - DINNER PLATE (Russia) Title : DINNER PLATE Date : ca 1826 Category : Ceramics Medium : : Porcelain, heightened with polychromatic enamels