4122 C, May 3, 1934
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RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT
May 3rd, 1934.
Article No. 4122 C
A porcelain Easter egg bearing the monogram of the Czarevirch [sic] Alexis. It is drawn through with the original ribbon and was made in the Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory.
The Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory was owned and operated exclusively by the the [sic] Royal Family from the time of its beginning in 1744 (when it was founded by Elizabeth I, daughter of Peter the Great) down to the time of the last of the Romanoffs, Nicholai II (1917).
From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
- Creation: May 3, 1934
- Hammer Galleries (Organization)
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Gift of Lillian Thomas Pratt.
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