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BADGE OF THE ORDER OF ST. VLADIMIR

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BADGE OF THE ORDER OF ST. VLADIMIR

Made by: Eduard

Currently in storage


About this object

Order of the 4th class. Gold rimmed red enamel cross. Just inside the gold rim is a narrow black enameled gold rimmed band. Center round medallion is black enamel and portrays the Imperial Russian Mantle with the initials of the Saint in the center. The Mantle is topped by a crown. On the reverse side of the badge is the date of the founding of the order, September 22, 1782 in Cyrillic.

Category:
goldwork
Object name:
BADGE OF THE ORDER OF ST. VLADIMIR
Made from:
Gold -- enamel --silk moiré
Made in:
RUSSIA: St. Petersburg
Date made:
1906-1917
Size:
Dia.1 3/4 in.

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
18.152
Signature marks:
mark VD reverse side, on the top,underneath enamel in Cyrillic mark Eduard reverse side, on the bottom, underneath enamel in Cyrillic mark alpha, kokoshnik facing right, 56 loop for gold content inscription September 22 1782 reverse side in Cyrillic
Credit line:
Gift of George Dunning, 2001