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Russian Porcelain Eggs | Imperial Porcelain Factory Eggs

Russian Porcelain Eggs | Imperial Porcelain Factory Eggs

TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN EASTER EGGS PROBABLY BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, LATE 19TH CENTURY EARLY 20TH CENTURY. One gilt to the front of the oxblood and purple glazed body with the cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, the other painted with cornflowers on a pale green ground.

TWO RUSSIAN PORCELAIN EASTER EGGS PROBABLY BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, LATE 19TH CENTURY EARLY 20TH CENTURY. One gilt to the front of the oxblood and purple glazed body with the cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, the other painted with cornflowers on a pale green ground.

A porcelain Easter egg with decoration en cailloute, Imperial Porcelain Factory, circa 1840.

A porcelain Easter egg with decoration en cailloute, Imperial Porcelain Factory, circa 1840.

Two Porcelain Easter Eggs By the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, circa 1890. Each ovoid, the front of one painted with stylised scrolling foliage entwining a deep purple strapwork framed cartouche with gilt ciselé interior, the reverse with similar motif in the shape of a lozenge on blue ground, the other painted with blue tracery frieze centred by a gilt ciselé cross and enclosing pink flowerheads with stylised leaves, both unmarked.

Two Porcelain Easter Eggs By the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, circa 1890. Each ovoid, the front of one painted with stylised scrolling foliage entwining a deep purple strapwork framed cartouche with gilt ciselé interior, the reverse with similar motif in the shape of a lozenge on blue ground, the other painted with blue tracery frieze centred by a gilt ciselé cross and enclosing pink flowerheads with stylised leaves, both unmarked.

Rare and Unusual Antique Russian Porcelain Easter Egg, painted with Russian medieval style ornaments on a pale turquoise ground. Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, circa 1910.

Rare and Unusual Antique Russian Porcelain Easter Egg, painted with Russian medieval style ornaments on a pale turquoise ground. Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, circa 1910.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1800. Ovoid, each side centring a hexagonal cartouche painted en grisaille with martial trophies over a pale yellow ground, within gilt borders, the sides decorated with ciselé gilt scrolling acanthus centring a rosette on a royal blue ground, within gilt borders and berried laurel bands, apparently unmarked.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1800. Ovoid, each side centring a hexagonal cartouche painted en grisaille with martial trophies over a pale yellow ground, within gilt borders, the sides decorated with ciselé gilt scrolling acanthus centring a rosette on a royal blue ground, within gilt borders and berried laurel bands, apparently unmarked.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, 1890-1900s Ovoid, the front of the dark magenta egg painted and impressed with the gilt ciselé cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath the Imperial crown, unmarked 3½ in (9 cm.) high.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, 1890-1900s Ovoid, the front of the dark magenta egg painted and impressed with the gilt ciselé cypher of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna beneath the Imperial crown, unmarked 3½ in (9 cm.) high.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1880s Ovoid, the front and back of the brown glazed body painted and impressed with the gilt ciselé cypher of the Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, with geometric gilt ciselé apertures, unmarked.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1880s Ovoid, the front and back of the brown glazed body painted and impressed with the gilt ciselé cypher of the Grand Duchess Maria Feodorovna beneath an Imperial crown, with geometric gilt ciselé apertures, unmarked.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, 1850-1860s Ovoid, centring an oval panel depicting Saint Sergei of Radonezh, wearing a black monk’s garb, within a gilt ciselé border, inscribed in black in Russian above the miniature ‘Sv. Sergii.’, the reverse with gilt ciselé starburst, marked with impressed factory mark and incised with numeral ‘34’ 3½ in. (9 cm.) high.

A PORCELAIN EASTER EGG BY THE IMPERIAL PORCELAIN FACTORY, ST PETERSBURG, 1850-1860s Ovoid, centring an oval panel depicting Saint Sergei of Radonezh, wearing a black monk’s garb, within a gilt ciselé border, inscribed in black in Russian above the miniature ‘Sv. Sergii.’, the reverse with gilt ciselé starburst, marked with impressed factory mark and incised with numeral ‘34’ 3½ in. (9 cm.) high.

A RARE Antique Russian Imperial Presentation Porcelain Easter Egg of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich (uncle of Tsar Nicholas II).     The Imperial porcelain factory, St. Petersburg, circa 1900.      Height 7,2 cm (3 in.)

A RARE Antique Russian Imperial Presentation Porcelain Easter Egg of Grand Duke Paul Alexandrovich (uncle of Tsar Nicholas II). The Imperial porcelain factory, St. Petersburg, circa 1900. Height 7,2 cm (3 in.)

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