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Tumbler

Made by: Frolov, Ivan

On view in: Pavilion


About this object

There is a plain band around the top and bottom with turning at the lip. The rest has a repoussé decoration, stippled and plain, on a plain background. The decoration consists of rococo scrolls, leaves and flowers and two birds (cranes?) with long beaks.

Category:
SILVERWORK
Object name:
Tumbler
Made from:
Silver
Made in:
RUSSIA: Moscow
Date made:
1775
Size:
overall __3.31 IN
overall __8.42 CM

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
12.35
Class:
SILVER
Signature marks:
MARK __bottom: four hallmarks, 1. A. A. 1775 stamped twice for Andreev Andrei (essayer in 1771-1779 in Moscow), 2. AFP in Cyrillic enclosed in a heart-shaped cartouche for Petrov Fedor (alderman in 1759-1784), 3. IF in Cyrillic for workmaster Frolov Ivan
Credit line:
Bequest of Marjorie Merriweather Post, 1973