SUPER - RARE, RARE, RARE UNIQUE, FILLED. With DIVINE SPIRIT and CONTAINS DIVINE HOLY SOUL!! RUSSIAN 84 SILVER IMPERIAL ARTWORK. The Moscow workshop of Mikhail Ivanovich Tarasov.
HERCULEAN MILITARY FORPOST - ZASTAVA, VODKA CUP - CHARKA , master MIKHAIL TARASOV , IMPERIAL MOSCOW. This spectacular Russian cup, was created for legendary milestone of Imperial Russia Era and was made with high quality jewelry Technic.Rare & Unique Art Antic of 84" Solid Silver Sterling cup shot as the cradle of the Russian "Holies Chalice - Cup. (It has a Personal Stamped on the reverse side of the Cup). Represent the period of "Imperial Modern Art", were Romantics, Realists and Impressionists. Ø 35 mm in width in the widest part. Ø 28 mm in width in the narrow part. In width in the widest part. In width in the narrow part. 56 grams / 36 dwt , Finish gold, silver, enamel material, Polish with Silver Patina.
Maker's mark 84 SILVER. Inside coated a 22k gold - plated. Russian a is a joy to hold in your hand.The lower half is stamped 84silver it is MOSKOW jewelry factory. The 84 is the Russian symbol for sterling and the others stamps are the makers and possibly a date letter? These stamps - marks are on the outside of the cup, not on the inside rim.
Which I believe makes this cup much earlier than most. By looking at this cup it appears to be perfect.
Taking a strong loop, you will not see hairlines. RUSSIAN VODKA MILITARY ART CUP. Is in very good antique condition for its age, see photos.
Russian 916 solid Silver cup with colored enamel was created on legendary milestone of Soviet Russia USSR Era and was made with high quality jewelry Technic. Rare & Unique Art Antic of 84 Solid Silver Sterling.The quality of this is very fine and detailed with beautiful, good condition, regarding its age. The best indication of condition is to study the photographs carefully. Jewelry manufacturing product with beautiful multicolor colored enamel from the Russia "Vodka Beaker", Jewelry workshop. The Moscow workshop of Mikhail Ivanovich Tarasov is best known for works in the so-called Russian Style, particularly highly detailed scenes of Russian medieval heroes that would have harmonized well with an interior hung with works by painters such as Vasnetsov and Rerikh, as well as other artists and designers crafting modern works drawing from Russian fairy tales, byline, and medieval literature. The firm also produced richly chased vessels with floral ornament drawn from 17th-century enamels, of which the offered lot is a particularly fine example. Important examples of the firm's work are held in the State Historical Museum and the Kremlin Museums.
Regrettably, little is known about Tarasov and his workshop; the firm is known to have been active at least between 1905 and 1914 and perhaps slightly longer. Is best known for works in the so-called Russian Style, particularly highly detailed scenes of Russian medieval heroes that would have harmonized well with an interior hung with works by painters such as Vasnetsov and Rerikh, as well as other artists and designers crafting modern works drawing from Russian fairy tales, byliny, and medieval literature.
Important examples of the firm's work are held in the State Historical Museum O. Russkii stil, Moscow, 1999, p.195 and the Kremlin Museums. Enjoyed an unrivalled command of every technique employed Art painting school, as well as with the gold and 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. Russia has long been a leader in production of enamel with orders and medals and other enamel wares. In Russia, nice enamel objects were considered to be the most expensive and valuable. ABOUT VINTAGE JEWELRY and ANTIQUE ART SUBJECTS. Like fine wine, fine jewelry also has a "vintage"-the design period or era from which it hails. Victorian or Edwardian, Art Deco or Retro, each piece in our collection has its own special pedigree. But just because one era ended and another began, it doesn't mean that creative jewelry makers simply forgot the lessons of the past! Many of the jewels in our cases refuse to conform to a single design period, either by striking out on their own or showing the transition from one era to the next.
When such daring dazzlers are over one hundred years old, they're generally grouped in the antique category. Anything younger than that, but still made before 1970, fits the vintage label. Every iconic era yields both singular and transitional pieces, like the ones we've assembled here. Follow the link at the end of each section for more about the aesthetics and history of the period.
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