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    russian porcelain beaker for cossacks

    Antique Russian Porcelain Beaker for Cossacks
    • Antique Russian Porcelain Beaker for Cossacks
    • Antique Russian Porcelain Beaker for Cossacks
    • Antique Russian Porcelain Beaker for Cossacks
    • Antique Russian Porcelain Beaker for Cossacks

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    Made by the Kuznetsov factory in Moscow, circa 1914. The front is decorated with a transfer printed portrait of Tsarevich Alexei (Commander in Chief of all Cossack armies), the reverse – with double headed Imperial eagle. The blue & red ornaments are simulating peasant embroidery of Cossacks’ shirts.

     
    This is a very rare piece. No more than 2-3 beakers of this type appear on the market in a 10 year period. An identical cossack beaker is published in Collecting Pottery & Porcelain by Janet Gleeson, 1997, page 110.
     
     
    Czarevich Alexei (the son of Nicholas II) is wearing Cossack uniform.
     
    Inscription around the portrait reads: H.I.H.C.H. and G.D. (His Imperial Highness Czarevich Heir and Grand Duke) Alexei Nikolaevich * Commander (Ataman) of All Cossack Armies.
     
    The black inscription along the lower rim reads:
     
    The 1st Caucasian Cossack Division
    For valiant and intrepid slashing
     
    Marked – M.C. Kuznetsov in Moscow beneath Imperial warrant.

    Materials:
    porcelain
    Width (cm):
    8.9
    Height (cm):
    9.9
    Depth (cm):
    8.5
    Price: SOLD

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    chavchavadze av. 75 b3, f37
    Tbilisi
    0108
    GEORGIA
    T: +995577171101
    E: sand98ro@yahoo.com

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