24 October 2002
a porcelain military plate
by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, period of Nicholas I
Circular, the center painted with a soldier of the Tula Forage Furazhirnii Batallion by F. Daladugin within gilt border, the rim with gilt ciselé Imperial eagles and shako over crossed sword and bugle on a laurel leaf spray on gilt ground between white bands, the base signed by the artist in Russian and dated '1836', marked under base
9 3/8in. (23.7cm.) diam.
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