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A RUSSIAN SILVER TUREEN
A RUSSIAN SILVER TUREEN
A RUSSIAN SILVER TUREEN
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A RUSSIAN SILVER TUREEN

MARK OF FEODOR PETROV, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1780

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A RUSSIAN SILVER TUREEN MARK OF FEODOR PETROV, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1780 The oval bowl on four foliate capped scroll feet, the ribbed scroll handles rising from rocaille motif, each side of the bowl engraved and chased with the Villiers and Bagot families' coats-of-arms within rocailles, with a ribbon-tied reeded rim, the conforming domed cover decorated en suite, with a foliate finial rising from a calyx, marked under base 13 ¼ in. (33.7 cm.) long 61.1 oz. (1,901 gr.)
Provenance
With Monica Hafner, Stockholm.
Acquired from the above, 14 May 1986.

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Lot Essay

This tureen was probably decorated with the Villiers and Bagot family coat-of-arms to celebrate the marriage of Lady Harriet Villiers (1788-1870) to Rt Rev. Hon. Richard Bagot (1782-1854) on 22 December 1805.

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