Made of solid bronze of the Russian Empire. The Cossack figurine on a pedestal made of natural quarts, amazing gilded bronze is in good condition. It is was done many years ago, but anyway this Cossack still in a good condition in corresponds to regarding its age. A great exemplar to add to your collection! The best indication of condition is to study the photographs carefully.
A superb example all through. The best indication of condition is to study the photographs carefully, the pictures that are taken are also to be considered a part of the description of the item. You are viewing exquisite Russian original heavily carved bronze and NATURAL URALIAN QUARTS figurine by after ROBERT COHOUN made of solid imperial bronze of the Russian Empire.
This is a rare solid Russian malachite carved with a Cossack wearing a traditional costume made of bronze on the top. The top is magnificent and features wonderful figuring and size.
Cossack wearing a traditional costume weighs. The beauty and ornate detail in this piece is just breathtaking.
An antique Russian original heavily carved. The figurine is modeled as a Cossack wearing a traditional costume, fur hat, coat, trousers and boots, and holding his gun and standing near the. Mounted on a malachite base.
Circa: late 19th to early 20th century. Signed with etching in the Cyrillic on the figurine.
Antique and Vintage Russian Figural Groups, Figurines, Sculptures, Home Decor for Collectors. About Robert (Roman) Yakovlevich Kohun (Russian). One of the owners of the "English Store", a merchant of the 1st guild, the owner of the Nichols and Plinke trading house, whose factory was located on Ligovka. 1865: aged 68, gentleman, in the merchants since 1842, kop. In Vasilchikov's house at 16 Nevsky Prospekt.Juvelery Factory, produced various bronze objects, production volume 300 thousand rubles, 138 workers. The heirs continued the business in 1880, after which the company was liquidated. Petersburg company " English Store ", founded by William Plinke and Karl (Konstantin) Nichols. Factory of the firm from 1842 to 1879.
Maintained by a merchant of the 1st guild, Robert Yakovlevich Kokhun. It produced silver table and tea sets, vases with sculptural images, and household items.
Tobinkov worked for the firm. Russian masters enjoyed an unrivalled command of every technique employed in bronze and gold, silverware.This unique fusion of the national creative spirit and contemporary culture helped to create some of the greatest masterpieces of Russian and world jewelry. Pictures are part of Description.