21 April 2010,
Price realised USD 9,375
USD 7,000 - USD 9,000
A RUSSIAN CUT-GLASS VASE
CIRCA 1850-1860, ATTRIBUTED TO DYAT'KOVO CRYSTAL WORKS
Of baluster form, the neck with everted rim, the body cut with stepped roundels and stylized leaves, centering an enameled gold foil inclusion of a large medallion depicting a colorful bouquet on a red ground surrounded by a band of forget-me-nots and radiating stiff leaves, on a circular foot
12 3/8 in. (31.4 cm.) high
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The attribution of this vase to the Dyat'kovo Crystal Works is based on a comparable example illustrated in N.A. Asharina and T.I. Dulkina, Russian Ceramics and Glass of the 18th and 19th Centuries, Moscow, State History Museum, 1978, no. 78.
Christie's, London, 8 November 1999, lot 359 (as Baccarat).
D. Tarshis, Objects of Fantasy: Glass Inclusions of the Nineteenth Century, The Corning Museum of Glass, New York, 2001, p. 154, no. 88.
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