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Tumbler with Foot

Made by: Bedniakov, Ivan

On view in: Icon Room

About this object

The sides of the tumbler are completely decorated with elaborate scrolls and garlands on a punched ground. There are two pseudo-rococo cartouches, one with the initials of the original owner, surmounted by a coronet, and the other with his coat of arms and motto. The foot has an inverted acanthus leaf border gilded inside and out.

Object name:
Tumbler with Foot
Made from:
Silver gilt
Made in:
RUSSIA: Saint Petersburg
Date made:
overall __3.88 IN __3.31 IN
overall __9.84 CM __8.42 CM

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
Signature marks:
MARK; COAT OF ARMS; MONOGRAM __on foot: four hallmarks, 1. crossed anchors and scepter for St. Petersburg, 2. 84, 3. D.T. in Cyrillic for Dmitrii Tverskoi, essayer in 1832-1850/ date 1845, 4. I.B. in Cyrillic for Ivan Bedniakov, silver workmaster active in 1825-1848; mark number 1 is repeated near the lip __ __Ivan Bedniakov was particularly known for silver tableware ||monogram __NA in Latin script under the gentry crown (Couronne de gentilhomme) ||coat of arms
Credit line:
Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973