21. Original silver glass holder in the form of a caftan with a cutout. K. Verlin. St. Petersburg 1882.

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Auction begins: 18 May 2024 12:00
Estimate: 400-500 EUR
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Original silver glass holder in the form of a caftan with a cutout. K. Verlin. St. Petersburg 1882.

An original silver glass holder of a cylindrical shape, in the form of a cozy mens caftan with a neckline asymmetrically shifted 90 degrees from the center of the axis. Equipped with raised buttons and diamond-shaped engraving that imitates a fabric pattern. The edge of the base is decorated with hemispheres of rivets, which gives the effect of completeness and combines the motifs of the spheres. The handle of the glass holder is distinguished by a tubular geometric fence frame, on which a ball is mounted as a support for a finger. St. Petersburg hallmarks 84 silver, 1882, Karl Werlins Workshop. Height 12 cm, width. 13 cm; Weight: 180 gr.
Condition: Good
Style: Eclecticism
Country: Russia, St. Petersburg
Period: Late 19th century
Warranty: Seller Warranty
Material: Silver 84, Gilding
Product sizes: Height - 12cm, Width - 13cm, Depth - 9cm
Location: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 52, Riga, Latvia
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