GIFT FROM THE IMPERATOR CATHERINE II TO THE... - Lot 285 - Coutau-Bégarie

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GIFT FROM THE IMPERATOR CATHERINE II TO THE... - Lot 285 - Coutau-Bégarie
GIFT FROM THE IMPERATOR CATHERINE II TO THE GOVERNOR OF TOULA.
By HEMING and CHAWNER, London, 1776.
Set of three large circular silver dishes, slightly hollow, filets model with gadroon borders with six contours, engraved at the top of the rim with the double-headed eagle of the Romanoffs under imperial crown. A meat dish of the same model of oval shape is attached. Slight wear and tear, but good condition.
English hallmark: George III, London, 1776.
Goldsmith's hallmark: Georges Heming and William Chawner.
Inventory number of the imperial palaces' furniture depository: 6 and 11.
Diameter: 33 cm - L.: 39 cm - L.: 28,5 cm.
Total weight: 3 k 988 g.
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