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ar ruso Nicolás II copa de vino desde el palacio Imperial 1917

An Antique Russian Palace Wine Glass of Tsar Nicholas II by the Imperial Porcelain and Glass Factory (St Petersburg), lead crystal, engraver Lavr Orlovsky,

Exceptionally rare glass Champagne Coupe from the Tsarskoe Selo palace ...

Exceptionally rare glass Champagne Coupe from the Tsarskoe Selo palace, by the Maltsev Factory, period of Nicholas II. Height 8 in.

Russian lead crystal wine goblet from the palace of czar Nicholas II.

Antique Russian lead crystal goblet from the palace of Czar Nicholas II [I love lead crystal glassware]

Rusia Imperial Copa de Vino del servicio palacio del zar Nicolás II.

Russian Imperial Wine Glass from Palace service of Czar Nicholas II, Sold…

Height 5 3/4 in. (14,5 cm)  A RARE Imperial Russian antique wine glass of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich. Originally, the service was made for Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich the Older in the mid 19th century. After his death in 1891, the service was inherited by his son Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich the Younger (1856-1929).  The glass is decorated with Grand Duke's monogram - interlaced HH beneath Imperial crown. The other three medallions are skilfully engraved with grapevines.

Height 5 in. cm) A RARE Imperial Russian antique wine glass of Grand Duke Nicholas Nikolaevich. Originally, the service was made for Grand Duke N

Antique Glass & Crystal | Tsar Nicholas II Palace Wine Glass for Sale

An antique Russian lead crystal wine goblet from the palace of czar Nicholas II, by the Imperial Porcelain and Glass Factory (St Petersburg), engrav

Tsar Nicholas II champagne glass from the Tsarskoe Selo Palace. c. 1910.

A Russian Imperial blown molded glass Champagne Coupe from the Tsarskoe Selo Palace (Царское Село - Tsar's Village) of tsar Nicholas II, by the Maltsev glass factory, period of Nicholas II.

Footed glass, 18th century

Here is an actual antique glass from this time period. This style is a bit more fancy than the glassware chosen by the set decorators for Castle Leoch.

Engraved “Newcastle” Light Baluster Wine Glass c.1750 (item #1181711, detailed views)

Engraved “Newcastle” Light Baluster Wine Glass (item detailed views)

The rattle-whistle that belonged to all heirs of Russian crown since the 18th century.Alexey, son of Nikolay II, was the last to play with it ~The historians give different facts about the time when this beautiful toy was made. This rattle could appear at the court of Empress Anna, niece to Peter I; she ordered it for her nephew Ioan, future Ivan VI, or it could be ordered by Catherine II as a present for her grandson, future Alexander I. Gold, rubies, diamonds, Diamond Fund of Russia.

The rattle-whistle that belonged to all heirs of Russian crown since the

Pair of engraved goblets and covers 33 inches high. Bohemian, 1st half of 19th century and very much in the Beidermeier taste. Depict a deer hunt.

Pair of engraved goblets and covers 33 inches high. Bohemian, half of century and very much in the Beidermeier taste. Depict a deer hunt.

A fine English cut glass tazza.    c.1830

A fine English cut glass tazza.

Faberge' egg

Imperial Czarevich Easter Egg, showing the surprise of a diamond encrusted frame with a photo of the young czarevich - Peter Carl Fabergé. Lapis Lazuli, gold, diamonds, Platinum or silver.

Fabergé.

It's the proper shape for champagne, as the tall goblet design keeps the bubbles in the glass longer.

Goblet, c. 1745, possibly with later engraving. Artist/maker unknown, English. Lead-crystal glass with wheel-engraved decoration; drawn stem, Height: 8 3/8 inches (21.3 cm). Philadelphia Museum of Art, The George H. Lorimer Collection, 1953.

Goblet I ca. 1745 (possibly with later engravingI I Artist/maker unknown, English I Lead-crystal glass with wheel-engraved decoration;

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