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Unique Imperial Russia 3-Piece Tea Set “Seasons” 
by renowned firm of Morozov, 

by workmaster Kvetkovsky Sergei Fiodorovich, 

Moscow, circa 1895 


This fascinating set is culturally significant & important piece of late XIX century history of Russia 
Comprising teapot, creamer & sugar pot, 
Each piece covered in a lavish rich red lacquer, depicting gorgeous typical Russian scene: "troika" (3 horses) in a landscape, along with coachman & ladies'
each piece is magnificently detailed & illustrates separate season: 
winter - sugar pot
autumn/spring - teapot 
summer - creamer / milk jug
Hinged covers with ivory finials, 
silver gilded on inside  
Fully hallmarked under basis, on handles and inside covers 
Imperial warrant mark: Morozov in Cyrillic (Морозовъ), who was a chief rival to Carl Faberge, also possessed the Imperial Warrant to supply items to Imperial Court. 
This is symbolized by the Imperial Eagle on the hallmark of the Tea Set. 
This important firm of jewelers and court purveyors remained in existence till 1917. 
with workmaster’s initials: S.K. in Cyrillic (Sergei Kvetkovsky)
Assayed by Yakov Nikolayevich Lyapunov
further hallmarked 84 for Russian Imperial Silver 
982 gr. silver 
Teapot 12.5cm high 
Survived in remarkably great antique condition, 
this valuable article is a superb & truly unique example of finest Imperial Russian silversmith masterpiece
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Imperial Russia c1895 Silver/Enamel Tea Set “Seasons” by I. Morozov (Морозовъ).

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