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A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT MOUNTED IMPERIAL PORCELAIN PRESENTATION VASE

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maker's mark of Faberge, workmaster julius rappaport, moscow, circa 1900, the vase Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, period of Nicholas II (1896-1917)

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Of baluster form, the covered turquoise-green glazed vase with fmial in the form of the Romanov gryphon, above a shaped body with the entwined gilt cyphers of the Tsar Nicholas II and his consort the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, the sides applied with two silver-gilt mounts in the form of the Great State Arms of Imperial Russia, the acanthus-molded body above a turned socle and round leaf-tip molded base, with original fitted oak presentation case stamped in cyrillic Faberge, St. Petersburg, Moscow, Odessa, Kiev, London on felt lining