MacDougall Auctions 8 June 2009

8 Jun 2009

* 101 . A LARGE ICON OF THE MOTHER OF GOD OF THE BURNING BUSH
RUSSIAN (KHOLUI?), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
1,200-1,500 pounds
* 102 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK
RUSSIAN (MSTERA), CIRCA 1800
7,000-9,000 pounds
* 103 . THE MOTHER OF GOD OF VLADIMIR
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), FIRST QUARTER OF THE XIX CENTURY
6,000-8,000 pounds
* 104 . A PAIR OF WEDDING ICONS DEPICTING THE MOTHER OF GOD OF SMOLENSK AND CHRIST PANTOKRATOR
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK SG IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1908–1917
10,000-15,000 pounds
* 105 . A PRIVATE SILVER AND ENAMEL TRIPTYCH
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF THE FIRST ARTEL, AFTER 1908
12,000-15,000 pounds
* 106 . THE SAVIOUR OF SMOLENSK WITH A SILVER-GILT OKLAD IN A CARVED, GLAZED WOOD KYOT
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF IVAN ZAITSEV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1868
20,000-30,000 pounds
* 107 . A PRIVATE TRIPTYCH
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW), MIDDLE OF THE XIX CENTURY
18,000-22,000 pounds
* 108 . A LARGE, ARCH-SHAPED ICON WITH THE DORMITION OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW, IN THE TRADITION OF ARMOURY CHAMBERS), FIRST HALF OF THE XVIII CENTURY
12,000-15,000 pounds
* 109 . THE LITURGICAL WEEK
RUSSIAN, CIRCA 1700
10,000-15,000 pounds
* 110 . A PAIR OF ORNAMENTALLY SHAPED ICONS DEPICTING ST. NICHOLAS AND JOHN THE BAPTIST
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), SECOND HALF OF THE XIX CENTURY
7,000-9,000 pounds
* 111 . A LARGE ICON OF THE MANDYLION
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), SECOND QUARTER OF THE XIX CENTURY
3,000-4,000 pounds
* 112 . THE LIDSKAYA MOTHER OF GOD WITH TWO FAMILY PATRONS ON THE BORDER
RUSSIAN (MOSCOW?), EARLY XIX CENTURY
15,000-20,000 pounds
113 . THE NEW TESTAMENT TRINITY IN PARADISE, WITH SELECTED SAINTS AND ST. MICHAEL ANNOUNCING THE APOCALYPSE
RUSSIAN (OLD BELIEVERS WORKSHOP, POMORYE?), CIRCA 1800
25,000-35,000 pounds
* 114 . CHRIST PANTOKRATOR WITH A PARCEL-GILT AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK EAK IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, AFTER 1908
4,000-5,000 pounds
115 . MOTHER OF GOD “IT IS TRULY MEET” (AXION ESTIN OR DOSTOINO YEST’) WITH A SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL OKLAD
RUSSIAN, WITH THE MAKER’S MARK OF IVAN TARABROV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1895
18,000-24,000 pounds
* 116 . A PAINTED ENAMEL PENDANT CROSS IN A SILVER SETTING
RUSSIAN, MAKER’S MARK OF VASILY ANDREEV, MOSCOW, XIX CENTURY
1,000-1,500 pounds
* 117 . A PORTABLE, SILVER-GILT AND ENAMEL TRIPTYCH SHOWING CHRIST PANTOKRATOR FLANKED BY A SAINT AND THE GUARDIAN ANGEL
RUSSIAN, PAINTED ON SILVER, MAKER’S MARK AA IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1900
4,000-6,000 pounds
* 118 . A TRAVELLING TRIPTYCH, DEPICTING THE ANASTASIS, FLANKED BY FAMILY PATRONS AND IMAGES OF THE MOTHER OF GOD
RUSSIAN, THE PAINTED PLATES DATING TO THE LAST QUARTER OF THE XIX CENTURY
8,000-10,000 pounds
119 . THE APOSTLE PETER IN REPENTANCE
GREEK (IONIAN ISLANDS), ATTRIBUTED TO THEODOROS POULAKIS, XVII CENTURY
20,000-25,000 pounds
* 120 . ALL SAINTS
GREEK, XVII CENTURY
25,000-35,000 pounds