MacDougall Auctions 2-3 December 2009

2 Dec 2009

* 21 . A MENAIA WITH THE RESURRECTION AND DESCENT INTO HELL (ANASTASIS) AND FEASTS
MSTERA, LATE 19TH CENTURY
18,000-25,000 pounds
22 . ST PARASKEVA
NORTHERN RUSSIA, EARLY 17TH CENTURY
4,000-9,000 pounds
* 23 . THE NATIVITY OF CHRIST
CENTRAL RUSSIA, MIDDLE OF THE 17TH CENTURY
4,000-6,000 pounds
24 . ST SERGIUS OF RADONEZH
MOSCOW, END OF THE 19TH CENTURY
5,000-7,000 pounds
* 25 . THE VENERABLE ALEXANDER SVIRSKY AND PRINCESS OLGA IN SILVER OKLAD
MOSCOW, DIKAREV'S WORKSHOP, OKLAD ST PETERSBURG, 1882
80,000-120,000 pounds
* 26 . THE IVERSKAYA MOTHER OF GOD IN A SILVER, RIVER PEARL AND ENAMELLED OKLAD
MAKER'S MARK OF SERGEI ZHAROV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1908
46,000-50,000 pounds
* 27 . THE PETROVSKAYA MOTHER OF GOD WITH SELECTED SAINTS
GREEK MASTER IN MOSCOW, CIRCA 1600
10,000-15,000 pounds
* 28 . ARCHANGEL MICHAEL THE LEADER OF THE HEAVENLY HOST
NORTHERN RUSSIA, FIRST THIRD OF THE 19TH CENTURY
10,000-15,000 pounds
* 29 . A GOLD AND ENAMEL PECTORAL CROSS
MAKER'S MARK OF KARL GAN IN CYRILLIC, ST PETERSBURG, LATE 19TH CENTURY
4,000-6,000 pounds
* 30 . A GOLD PECTORAL CROSS WITH PAINTED CRUCIFIX
MAKER'S MARK OF IVAN KHLEBNIKOV, MOSCOW, AFTER 1908
4,000-6,000 pounds
31 . A SILVER GILT COMMUNION CHALICE
MAKER'S MARK OF SEMEN KUZOV IN CYRILLIC MOSCOW, 1793
8,000-10,000 pounds
32 . A WOODEN CRUCIFIX IN A SILVER OKLAD AND A SMALL SILVER BREAD PLATE
a) CRUCIFIX: 1820-30s, MAKER'S MARK OF FEDOR TIMOFEEV IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW. 1839
23.1 by 13.9 cm
b) PLATE (NOT ILLUSTRATED): MAKER'S MARK OF MARTIN LAVROV, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1840s.
Diameter 9.5 cm

4,000-6,000 pounds
33 . A SILVER COMMUNION CHALICE
MAKER'S MARK I.Yu (IVAN YUDKIN?) IN CYRILLIC, MOSCOW, 1908-17
5,000-7,000 pounds
34 . ST MARINA, THE VIRGIN MARTYR
GREEK, CYPRUS(?), 18TH CENTURY
18,000-20,000 pounds
35 . ST PAUL OF OBNORSK
VOLOGDA REGION, END OF THE 16TH TO EARLY 17TH CENTURY
14,000-15,000 pounds
36 . THE ANNUNCIATION
POVOLZHIE (KOSTROMA?), LATE 17TH CENTURY
35,000-40,000 pounds
37 . AN IMPORTANT ICON OF ST NICHOLAS OF ZARAISK
NOVGOROD REGION, SECOND QUARTER TO MID 16TH CENTURY
150,000-200,000 pounds
38 . A GROUP OF THREE ICONS FORMING A DEISIS
VETKA, END OF THE 18TH TO EARLY 19TH CENTURY
8,500-10,000 pounds
* 39 . THE ONLY-BEGOTTEN SON OF GOD
KOSTROMA (?), OLD BELIEVERS' WORKSHOP, CIRCA 1800
3,000-5,000 pounds
* 40 . THE RESURRECTION AND DESCENT INTO HELL (ANASTASIS)
MOSCOW, END OF THE 16TH CENTURY TO CIRCA 1600
15,000-20,000 pounds