Seven Pieces of Russian Porcelain, early 20th century, six Kornilov: a beaker commemorating the centennial of the Imperial Guard Uhlan Regiment of Her Majesty on May 15, 1903, also with an inscription commemorating the capture of Telish in 1877, ht. 4 5/8, a beaker decorated in red, pink, blue, and gilt with a stylized double-headed Imperial eagle in the Pan-Slavic style, with bear mark, ht. 4 5/8, and four plates with pink borders and gilded bands, dia. 9 1/4; and an unmarked plate decorated with an Order of St. George medal and garter, dia. 9 3/8 in.
Imperial Guard Uhlan Regiment beaker with hairline crack extending down one side and across bottom. One Kornilov plate with 1/8 in. chip to top of rim. Order of St. George plate with two approx. 2 in. hairline cracks extending inward from rim. All with scattered rubbing and loss to gilt and enamel.
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