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Tea set

These pieces from a tea and coffee service made in St Petersburg c.1880 demonstrate the use of trompe l’oeil surfaces in Russian silver from this period. The surface is chased to resemble woven strips of birch bark edged with plain, highly polished borders.

Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra

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