The world’s premier auctions
 
 
WELCOME TO INVALUABLE
Be the first to know about
the latest online auctions.
Please enter a valid email address (name@host.com)
Sign Up »
PS: We value your privacy
Thank you!
 
 
Want to learn more
about online auctions?
Take a Quick Tour »
WE'VE CHANGED OUR NAME
is now
 
To celebrate, we’ve enhanced our site with
larger images and browsing by category to help
you easily find what you’re passionate about.
Remember to update your bookmarks.
Get Started »
 
Invaluable cannot guarantee the accuracy of translations through Google Translate and disclaims any responsibility for inaccurate translations.
Show translation options
Auction Description for Nagel: Works of Art, Silver, Collectables, Glass and Ceramics, Sculptures, Art, Art Deco, Jewellery
Auction Description:
Works of Art, Silver, Collectables, Glass and Ceramics, Sculptures, Art, Art Deco, Jewellery
Viewing Notes:
Day of sale from 9.30am.
Sale Notes:
www.auction.de

Works of Art, Silver, Collectables, Glass and Ceramics, Sculptures, Art, Art Deco, Jewellery

by Nagel Auktionen


382 lots

March 21, 2007

Neckarstrasse 189-191

Stuttgart, 70190 Germany

Phone: 00 49 711 649690

Fax: 00 49 711 6496969

Email: contact@auction.de

No Image Available

Lot 1: A small gilded silver bowl. Moscow, ca. 1774. Assay master "B.A", alderman: Fedor Petrov, maker's mark: Jacov Semenov Malsennikov. 84g. - Min. dents. L. 14 cm

Estimated Price: Log in or create account to view price data

Description: A small gilded silver bowl. Moscow, ca. 1774. Assay master "B.A", alderman: Fedor Petrov, maker's mark: Jacov Semenov Malsennikov. 84g. - Min. dents. L. 14 cm

View additional info »
No Image Available

Lot 2: A Russian glass goblet painted in Gold and Silver, 1st half of 19th Century View of the Winterpalace at St. Petersburg. - Min. wear to gilding, minim. frits. H. 13 cm

Estimated Price: Log in or create account to view price data

Description: A Russian glass goblet painted in Gold and Silver, 1st half of 19th Century View of the Winterpalace at St. Petersburg. - Min. wear to gilding, minim. frits. H. 13 cm

View additional info »
No Image Available

Lot 3: Six gilded silver coffee spoons with the coat of arms of the Princes of Gagarin and another noble family. Kiev, 1829. Assay master: Alexander Chatskij. MZ: Ja.F. (cyrillic). 84 tsolotnics/176g. - Minor wear to gilding. H. 15 cm

Estimated Price: Log in or create account to view price data

Description: Six gilded silver coffee spoons with the coat of arms of the Princes of Gagarin and another noble family. Kiev, 1829. Assay master: Alexander Chatskij. MZ: Ja.F. (cyrillic). 84 tsolotnics/176g. - Minor wear to gilding. H. 15 cm

View additional info »
No Image Available

Lot 4: A jam glass, a saucer and a spoon. St. Petersburg, last quarter of 19th Century Hallmarks, various maker's marks. 84 tsolotnics. H.14/D 15 cm

Estimated Price: Log in or create account to view price data

Description: A jam glass, a saucer and a spoon. St. Petersburg, last quarter of 19th Century Hallmarks, various maker's marks. 84 tsolotnics. H.14/D 15 cm

View additional info »
No Image Available

Lot 5: A partgilded silver bowl. Khlebnikov workshop, Moscow, 1899-1908. Marks. 84 tsolotnics/667g. - Wear to gilding/minor dents. L. 25 cm

Estimated Price: Log in or create account to view price data

Description: A partgilded silver bowl. Khlebnikov workshop, Moscow, 1899-1908. Marks. 84 tsolotnics/667g. - Wear to gilding/minor dents. L. 25 cm

View additional info »