5 Jun 2013
POPOV, MOSCOW, 19TH CENTURY.
Height 26.5 cm.
Related Literature: For similar works, see V. Znamenov (ed.), Chastnye farforovye zavody Rossiyskoi Imperii. 1756-1917 (Private Porcelain Manufactories of the Russian Empire. 1756-1917), St Petersburg Orkestr, 2011, pp. 170-171.
L. Nikiforova, Russian Porcelain in the Hermitage Collection, Leningrad, Aurora Art Publishers, 1973, ill. 80.
Bulbous tapering body, with gilt rim and handle, with two white oval cartouches, painted with flowers, on blue background, stamped under base with blue factory mark and numbered "10".
Notes on symbols:
* Indicates 5% Import Duty Charge applies.
Ω Indicates 20% Import Duty Charge applies.
§ Indicates Artist's Resale Right applies.
† Indicates Standard VAT scheme applies, and the rate of 20% VAT will be charged on both hammer price and premium.