Plate from the Russian Imperial yacht 'Standart' (1896) by Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory

Plate from the Russian Imperial yacht 'Standart' (1896)

Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory

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We use a 280gsm fine art paper and premium branded inks to create the perfect reproduction.

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Plate from the Russian Imperial yacht 'Standart' (1896)

A white glazed porcelain plate from the Russian Imperial yacht 'Standart' (1896). It has the printed royal monogram 'A' with a crown above in Cyrillic alphabet in blue - the royal monogram of Alexander II (1818-1881) Emperor of Russia. On the opposite side of the rim is the inscription: 'TSARUNA' (of the Tzar). There is a blue band around the rim with two gilt inner lines. On the base is the crowned date and initial 'N 1908' refering to Nicholas II (1868-1918). This is possibly a replacement plate for an earlier service. The plate was brought to Great Britain by Stanislaus Niewerowski, who commanded the imperial yacht from 1895-1914.
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  • Image reference: E6254

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