TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES FROM THE SERVICE OF THE ORDER OF ST. ANDREW FIRST CALLED
TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES FROM THE SERVICE OF THE ORDER OF ST. ANDREW FIRST CALLED

ONE BY THE GARDNER FACTORY, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1778-1780; THE OTHER BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST. PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER II

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TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN DINNER PLATES FROM THE SERVICE OF THE ORDER OF ST. ANDREW FIRST CALLED
ONE BY THE GARDNER FACTORY, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1778-1780; THE OTHER BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST. PETERSBURG, PERIOD OF ALEXANDER II
Circular, the center decorated with the star of the Order, the border with the collar and the cross of the Order, with scalloped gilt rim, one with blue underglaze Gardner factory mark, impressed star, and with later palace inventory number; the other with green underglaze Imperial Porcelain Factory mark, impressed numeral, and with later palace inventory number
10 in. (25.4 cm.) diameter

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