New York (N.Y.)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Envelope from Akron Studios to Russian Imperial Treasures, 15 W. 50th Street, Attn. Mr. Schaffer, [1936 or later]
232 EAST 42nd STREET
NEW YORK CITY
TO Russian Imperial Treasures 15 W 50th St Att Mr Schaefer [sic]
Photographs - Do Not Bend
Description: Back of silver triptych icon with an engraved inscription within a laurel crown. Translated from the Russian, it reads: "Blessing of the Preobrazhenskii Regiment. June 3rd, 1884. A new commandment I give unto you the ye love one another as I loved you. (St. John, Chapter 13, Verse 34)".
Description: Cover of silver triptych icon with a Greek cross surrounded by finely detailed leaves.
Description: Silver triptych icon featuring paintings of the Transfiguration in the center, St. Elizabeth standing in the left side panel, and St. Sergius of Radonezh standing in the right side panel. Each panel is surrounded by an elaborate patterned border.
Description: Triangular silver picture frame with geometric enamel background. Central circular cut-out is bordered in pearls and features an image of Alexandra Feodorovna.
Description: Back of silver diptych icon. One side has an engraved inscription that indicates that it was presented to Nicholas II and Empress Alexandra by courtiers. The other side features an elaborate scroll work design and studded with ten turquoise, garnets, and pearls.
Description: Silver diptych icon featuring paintings of Princess St. Alexandra on the left and St. Nicholas the Miracle Worker on the right. Each painting is bordered with pearls and the top of the icon is curved like an arch.
Description: Rock crystal parasol handle with the head of a dog etched and enameled inside the crystal ball. The base of the handle is studded with small gemstones.