Auction № 1
Engraving "The Battle"
ID-ANTQ-2829
Sold
1150 EUR
Starting Price
400 EUR

An engraving depicting a scene of the battle of September 25, 1799, between the French and Russian armies at Theufelsbruck in Gottsberg in Uri, Switzerland.

Signature "Gefecht auf der Teufelsbrücke am Gotthardsberg im Canton Ury [Uri] v: Bleuler in Schloss Laufen Canton Zurich 1803".


Auction № 1
Russian silver vodka cup "P.A. Ovchinnikov"
ID-ANTQ-3442
Sold
4200 EUR
Starting Price
1500 EUR

Unique Russian silver vodka cup with enamels from Pavel Ovchinnikov. Moscow 1896.

The uniqueness of the cup lies in a combination rare for Russia: a clear functional geometry of historicism, decor of germination, formation, ascent on the eve of Art Nouveau and oriental heron motifs, a riot of flowers that came from the Chinese East. A typical recipe of early modernity for Europe, in Russia it rarely included an oriental flavor. It is understood and stylized in its own way in an epic and exotic manner. Acquaintance with Japan shows through in the motive of the rising sun and makes the glass a rare universal container for vodka and sake.

The outstanding pictorial plasticity of enamels is favorably combined with the brightness of the cloisonné belts, which makes this oriental motif very Russian on the eve of modernity.

Stamp: two-headed imperial eagle in a round shield, the inscription P. Ovchinnikov corresponding to the firm “P.A. Ovchinnikov ", the stamp of Moscow, the image of George the Victorious on a horse turned in the left-hand rhombus, the digital designation of the sample of silver" 84 ", the stamp of the assay master of the letter" AS "1896.

Weight: 72.8 gr

Auction № 1
Cigarette case , Pavel Ovchinnikov Manufacture 1876
ID-ANTQ-3440
Sold
7000 EUR
Starting Price
3000 EUR

A rectangular cigarette case with a folding compartment, a hole for the cable and a silver chain, decorated with notched and painted enamel with a picture of a woman with a child collecting water from a river on a bridge.

Made in Moscow in the workshop of the court manufacturer Pavel Ovchinnikov in 1876.


Hallmarks: letters “PO” in an oval, a double-headed eagle in a circle above the inscription P. Ovchinnikov, a digital designation of the sample “91” image of George the Victorious on a horse turned to the right corresponding to the city hallmark of the city of Moscow; assay stamp with the initials of assay master "VS" (Savinkov Victor) and the year 1876

Weight: 266 gr

Auction № 1
Genre painting "First curtsy" 1904. Pass Israel Abramovich (1868-1935)
ID-ANTQ-3763
Sold
9900 EUR
Starting Price
5000 EUR

Genre painting "First curtsy" 1904. Pass Israel Abramovich (1868-1935).

The presented work was published on the cover of Niva magazine in 1904, and is dedicated to Peters transformations in everyday life. The boyars daughter (as in a fairy tale), throwing off the old Russian outfit, demonstrates, (possibly on the eve of the assembly), to her father a European dress. He favorably accepts the new fashion with pleasure. His figur is presented, in a traditional boyar costume with a yarmulke, is compositionally emphasized by a "tick". The icons in the red corner and the domes of the churches in the window in chorus permeate historical epochs, new and old times, affirming the primacy of Orthodoxy and the old deanery.
H/ W = 112х137 cm

Auction № 2
Tea set "Lyko"
ID-ANTQ-3804
Sold
3200 EUR
Starting Price
100 EUR
Silver tea set "Lyko" of 8 pieces. A teapot, a creamer, a sugar bowl, a tea pot, a tray, a spoon, sugar tongs, a hand strainer stylize the Russian folk craft - weaving bast. Neo-Russian style. Stamp 84 samples of silver of the Petersburg Assay Office of the last quarter of the 19th century. Total weight: 2545g.
Auction № 2
Pair of silver cupholders "Lyko" in Russian style
ID-ANTQ-3805
Sold
600 EUR
Starting Price
20 EUR

Pair of silver cupholders "Lyko" in Russian style. Hallmarks: 84 samples of the Moscow assay supervision of 1899-1908. Monogramist P. D

Cup holder height - 8 cm.Each weight: 108 cm.

Auction № 2
Silver table set "G. Cheryatov"
ID-ANTQ-2783
Sold
460 EUR
Starting Price
20 EUR

Silver table set consisting of six forks and six knives.

Stamp: "84", letters "G. Cheryatov". Steel blades with a stamp Gabriel Danilovich Sukhov. 

Total weight : 

  • Forks: 358 gr., 
  • Knives: 450 gr.

Jeweler Cheryatov Yegor (Georgy) Kuzmich mainly made cutlery and silverware for FALORIE. It is also known that his products were readily purchased by the Moscow branch of the Faberge.

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