Ink device, 1752 Russia St. Petersburg, belonging to the Russian Empress Elizabeth Petrovna Romanova (from the palace)

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Ink device, 1752, Russia, St. Petersburg, belonging to the Russian Empress Elizabeth Petrovna Romanova (from the palace).

silver, minting, engraving, canfaning, mount: 17.3 x 13 x 3, 5.

inscriptions: engraved in two lines at the bottom:

"test.82. Weight.1 fun.58 3ol./ G. 1752 ".

a desktop in an ink, consisting of a slab-coat on curved profiled legs mounted on it for a foam for a feathers, separately made inkwells and sandboxes.The inkwell and sandbox are made in the form of the same square in the section Prism with a hole in the center of the upper plane near the inkwell and patterned grid at the sandbox.On the slab under the inkwell and sandbox, symmetrical square bases are decorated with a low border.Between them are two round fractures.In the lower, a monogram of the interweaving letters of the EPR under the imperial crown is engraved - the monogram of the Russian Empress Elizabeth Petrovna Romanova.

The decorative solution of the desktop ink device is designed in the Rockyle style.A skillfully executed ornament from various elements of shells densely covers the side surfaces of objects.The pen for the pen in ornaments, in addition to the rocky curls, contains two figurative cartouches with the image of Putty.

Lot No. 5057
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