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X 4110, Jan. 25, 1933

 Item — Box: SC-07 Box 1, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.001
Identifier: SC07.02.3.001
X 4110
X 4110

Scope and Contents

Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT January 25, 1933 Article No. X 4110 Runner made of 18th century brocade in a striped design of gold and various colors. From a portion of a Priest’s robe woven and worn in Russia. From a collection used in the chapels of the Russian Imperial Palaces in St. Petersburg, consisting of hand-loomed brocades, damasks, handcut velvets, and altar sets. The metal brocades are woven with genuine gold and silver threads.

Mrs. John L. Pratt Chatham Fredericksburg, Virginia

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y. 


  • Creation: Jan. 25, 1933


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Biographical / Historical



1 page

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Gift of Lillian Thomas Pratt.

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Hammer Collection, Russian Imperial Exhibit, E. 52nd Street

Digitization of the Lillian Thomas Pratt Archives has been made possible by the National Endowment for the Humanities.

Repository Details

Part of the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Archives Repository

Margaret R. and Robert M. Freeman Library
200 N. Arthur Ashe Boulevard
Richmond VA 23220-4007 United States