13 June 2007
A set of sixty porcelain plates from the Order of Saint Andrew Service
by the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, period of Alexander II
Circular, each plate with moulded flower band to the centre and rim, printed in the centre with a flower-spray, with further coloured flowers on two sides of the shaped rim and the Imperial Eagle and the badge of the Order of Saint Andrew, comprising:
Four smaller dinner-plates
marked under bases, one dessert-plate unmarked
approximately 9¾ in. (24.8 cm.); 9½ in. (24.3 cm.); 9 7/8 in. (25 cm.); 9¼ in. (23.5 cm.) diameter respectively (60)
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