Porcelain > A Russian porcelain plate from His Majesty’s Own Dacha Service, Imperial Porcelain Factory

A Russian porcelain plate from His Majesty’s Own Dacha Service, Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, period of Nicholas I (r. 1825-1855), circa 1845. The wide blue rim molded with scrolling ribbon-tied floral motifs in low relief and heightened with gilding, the cavetto centered with the floriated double monogram of Grand Duke Alexander Nikolaevich (later Alexander II) and his wife Maria Alexandrovna surmounted by the Imperial crown, the initials set with pink roses and blue forget-me-nots, the underside with the blue Nicholas I cypher mark, the number 13. above (possibly a painter’s mark), and the letter A impressed in the paste near the foot. Diameter: 9 3/4″ (24.7 cm).

Price: $ON HOLD

Item#: 1801-007

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