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Found in 653 Collections and/or Records:

Two Miniatures, 1896 Imperial Russian Easter Egg, 2272-1, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02, Folder: 10, Item: SC07.02.3.173.01
Identifier: SC07.02.3.173.01
Scope and Contents Description: Detail of two painted miniatures inside the Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures. The location depicted on the left is Osborne House, Isle of Wight, England, and on the right is Neues Palais, Darmstadt, Germany.
Dates: undated

Two Miniatures, 1896 Imperial Russian Easter Egg, 2272-2, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 10, Item: SC07.02.3.173.02
Identifier: SC07.02.3.173.02
Scope and Contents Description: Detail of two painted miniatures inside the Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures. The location depicted on the left is Schloss Wolfsgarten, near Darmstadt, Germany, and on the right is Windsor Castle, near London, England.
Dates: undated

Two Miniatures, 1896 Imperial Russian Easter Egg, 2272-4, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 10, Item: SC07.02.3.173.04
Identifier: SC07.02.3.173.04
Scope and Contents Description: Detail of two painted miniatures inside the Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures. The location depicted on the left is Anichkov Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia, and on the right is Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, Russia.
Dates: undated

Two Miniatures, 1896 Imperial Russian Easter Egg, 2272-6, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 10, Item: SC07.02.3.173.06
Identifier: SC07.02.3.173.06
Scope and Contents Description: Detail of two painted miniatures inside the Imperial Easter Egg with Revolving Miniatures. The location depicted on the left is Jagdschloss Kranichstein, Darmstadt, Germany, and on the right is Fortress Coburg (Veste Coburg), Germany.
Dates: undated

Vase, Oct. 2, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.118
Identifier: SC07.02.3.118
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] VASE Small, oval vase carved in brown and white veined Ural agate. The bowl is separated from the skirted foot by a band of finely matched turquoise set between two fillets of repousse [sic] gold. This exquisitely graceful object was made in the Imperial Grinding Factory in Peterhof. This factory was owned and operated exclusively by the court. From the quarters of Tsarina Aleksandra Feodorovna in the Aleksandr Palace, Tsarskoye Selo. Mrs. John L....
Dates: Oct. 2, 1939

VD-5399/4, Mar. 2, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.104
Identifier: SC07.02.3.104
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article No.VD-5399/4 Figure of a “Teterev”, wood grouse carved in black obsidian with eyes of diamonds, legs and claws fashioned in red gold. The plump body is modeled smoothly and realistically described by restrained carving which suggests the feathered formation. The bird is posed looking alertly to one side, with head inclined attentively and tail feathers raised. Created by Carl Fabergé, celebrated court jeweler to Tsars Aleksandr III and Nikolai...
Dates: Mar. 2, 1939

VD-5399/5, Mar. 2, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.103
Identifier: SC07.02.3.103
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article No.VD-5399/5 Figure of a heron carved in blue-gray smoky agate, with legs and splayed feet of red gold. The eyes are set with diamonds. Created by Carl Fabergé, celebrated court jeweler to Tsars Aleksandr III and Nikolai II of Russia, it was executed by one of his foremost artists, Henrik Wigstroem. The bird shown upright, in resting position, carries one wing slightly higher than the other. Sensitively modeled, fine detail of feathers and...
Dates: Mar. 2, 1939

VD-5399/16, Feb. 4, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.086
Identifier: SC07.02.3.086
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article No.VD-5399/16 Pair of lovebirds carved in amethyst, huddled together on an ivory perch ornamented with transparent carnelian enamel on a ground of guilloché gold and dainty rings of platinum, diamond set. Deep cabochon topaz are set in the ends of the perch bar; two fine gold chains, linked to a foot of each bird, are attached to the pedestal base. The delicately wrought fantasy rests on an inverted circular base, fashioned of dark green Siberian...
Dates: Feb. 4, 1939

"Vulture, frame, frame, egg, parrot," handwritten list with prices on Hotel McAlpin stationary, [Apr. 1-June 1, 1939]

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.016
Identifier: SC07.01.3.016
Scope and Contents Transcription: [In process]
Dates: [Apr. 1-June 1, 1939]

X-1937, Oct. 23, 1944

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.036
Identifier: SC07.01.3.036

X-4110, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.008
Identifier: SC07.02.2.008

X 4110, Jan. 25, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.001
Identifier: SC07.02.3.001
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...
Dates: Jan. 25, 1933

X 5096, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.024
Identifier: SC07.02.3.024
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. X5096 Square Mat. Made of gold brocade outlined in tan trimmed with galoon. Russian Circa 1850. This brocade is from a collection used in the Russian Imperial Palaces consisting of handloomed brocades, damasks, hand-cut velvets and altar sets. The metal threads are of genuine gold.

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

X 5153, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.023
Identifier: SC07.02.3.023
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. X5153 Small Runner. Made of damask woven with yellow flowers in serpentine design with gold. Trimmed with old gold lace. Russian Circa 18th Century. This damask is from a collection used in the chapels of the Russian Imperial Palaces consisting of handloomed brocades, damasks, hand-cut velvets and altar sets.

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

X-6101, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.024
Identifier: SC07.02.2.024

X 6101, Jan. 27, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.009
Identifier: SC07.02.3.009
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT January 27, 1933 Article No. X 6101 Square of red velvet richly embroidered with gold stars of passementerie, also a design worked in beads and various colored stones. Finished with gold Gothic galoon. Part of a chasuble. Russian, Circa 1880. From a collection used in the chapels of the Russian Imperial Palaces in St. Petersburg, consisting of hand-loomed brocades, damasks, handcut (sic) velvets, and altar sets. The metal brocades...
Dates: Jan. 27, 1933

X 6154, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.021
Identifier: SC07.02.3.021
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. X6154 Mat. Made of green and silver brocade outlined in rose, conventional floral design. This brocade is from a collection used in the chapels of the Russian Imperial Palaces, consisting of hand-loomed brocades, damasks, handcut [sic] velvets and altar sets. The metal threads are of genuine silver.

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

X 6396, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.025
Identifier: SC07.02.3.025
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. X6396 Two Circular Mats. Made of white and gold brocade in conventional design. Trimmed with lace galoon. Russian Circa 1870. This brocade is from a collection used in the chapels of the Russian Imperial Palaces consisting of hand-loomed brocades, damasks, hand-cut velvets and altar sets. The metal threads are of genuine gold.From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New...
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

X 6707, Dec. 4, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.029
Identifier: SC07.02.3.029
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT December 4th, 1933. Article No. X 6707 Runner. Of vari-colored silk floral design of pussy willows. Probably used at Easter time. Circa 1780. From a collection of brocades which were formerly used in the Imperial Chapels of the Romanoffs as altar covers and priests’ robes. They were brought from the various Palaces about St. Petersburg to the Winter Palace. Here soldiers of the present government sorted them for burning so that the...
Dates: Dec. 4, 1933

X-6787, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.026
Identifier: SC07.02.2.026

X-6794, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.027
Identifier: SC07.02.2.027

X 6794, Dec. 4, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.030
Identifier: SC07.02.3.030
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT December 4th, 1933. Article No. X 6794 Runner. Of gold brocade with vari-colored silk floral design trimmed with old lace galoon. Circa 1800.From a collection of brocades which were formerly used in the Imperial Chapels of the Romanoffs as altar covers and priests’ robes. They were brought from the various Palaces about St. Petersburg to the Winter Palace. Here soldiers of the present government sorted them for burning...
Dates: Dec. 4, 1933

X.2366, X.2367, X.2368, Nov. 21, 1945

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.043
Identifier: SC07.01.3.043