A GLASS GOBLET, A SUGAR BOWL AND A SALT CELLAR FROM HIS MAJESTYS OWN SERVICE IN THE COTTAGE PALACE BY THE IMPERIAL GLASS FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY

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A GLASS GOBLET, A SUGAR BOWL AND A SALT CELLAR FROM HIS MAJESTYS OWN SERVICE IN THE COTTAGE PALACE BY THE IMPERIAL GLASS FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, FIRST HALF 19TH CENTURY The goblet of traditional form on shaped stem and spreading foot with scalloped edges, the sugar bowl of hemispherical form, the salt cellar of oval form with ribbed scalloped edges, each cut with a diamond and foliate design centring the coat-of-arms of Alexandria and the Russian motto For Faith Tsar and Fatherland, apparently unmarked 4 ½ in. (11.3 cm.) high and smaller