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A Porcelain Military Plate
By the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, period of Nicholas I, 1841
Circular, the centre painted with officers of the 3rd Reserve Cavalry Corps and the 1st Mounted Pioneer Squadron, within a gilt cavetto and green border with gilt ciselé Imperial eagles and military trophies, inscribed in Russian '3rd Reserve of the Cavalry Corps 1st Mounted Pioneer Squadron.', and marked, dated and signed 'F. Daladugin' in Cyrillic under base and with a paper exhibition label inscribed 'Exhibition of Russian Art'
9 3/8 in. (23.8 cm.) diameter
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Exhibition catalogue, Exhibition of Russian Art, London, 1935.
London, 1 Belgrave Square, Exhibition of Russian Art, 4 July-13 July 1935.
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