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A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TEA-SERVICE
The following group of Russian works of art (lots 222-234) from the collection of Lady Hambleden were all items inherited from her father, acquired during his tenure as Italian ambassador in Moscow between 1930-1935.
A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TEA-SERVICE

BY THE KORNILOV FACTORY, CIRCA 1870, BLUE PRINTED MARK

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A RUSSIAN PORCELAIN BLUE-GROUND TEA-SERVICE
BY THE KORNILOV FACTORY, CIRCA 1870, BLUE PRINTED MARK
Painted with flowers within shaped panels edged with gilt flowers and scrolls, comprising: a teapot and cover, a two-handled sugar-bowl and cover, a milk-jug, a slop-bowl and ten cups and saucers
The slop-bowl: 6¼ in. (15.9 cm.) diameter

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