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Imperial Russia

We include this listing on Germania's Web site because at one time the Empires were joined in the knowledge that the Tsar of the Russias and the German Kaisers were related to one another, and the bond of blood was very strong. The tragedy of WWI brought down Holy Tsarist Russia. Then the Kaiserreich was targeted next by the same filthy, little cretins who managed to murder the Tsar and his whole family in the name of "The People's Revolution!" We dedicate this section to the memory of the good Tsar Nicholas and in the fervent hope for a violent and effective end to the insidious little gutter rats who plotted and carried out the overthrow of the regimes of GLORY! No more BROTHER WARS for the sake of the international conspiracy! Doom and destruction to the "New World Order!"

 

 

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Imperial Russian Goblet (Item RUSO 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautiful goblet that appears to illustrate the brief early history of the Romanov dynasty. It is in beautiful pewter construction that looks like silver. Its classic regal design is made even greater with the wonderful high-relief designs that are in three beaded panels on the upper body of the cup portion. We, unfortunately, cannot recognize the allegorical designs and legendary figures shown in two of the panels except that the figure, who reminds one of Germania, hands a sword to warriors who receives it as an order to combat. The date "1812" is shown so it can be assumed that this is the call to battle against Napoleon from "Mother Russia." The figure with the very elaborate helmet and armor is also unknown to us. The third panel has one of the finest representations of the Romanov eagle that we have ever seen; so fine that the individual shield representing all of the Russian states can be individually and clearly discerned. If one contemplates the detail of the tail feathers for instance, it can be quickly recognized that this is no ordinary souvenir goblet. No. This is a state treasure and should be regarded as such. Articles such as these were often presented under the auspices of the Romanov Tsars to visiting dignitaries to the courts and the palaces. It is truly an incredible piece. At the bottom of the stem the base has astute-looking nobles and a fine lady who just might be Catherine the Great? Three of the gentlemen wear the Grecian-style wreath. This was done in artistic license to illustrate their nobility that spans the ages. The cup measures about 3 inches in diameter at the mouth. It's almost 9 inches high and the base measures about 3 ˝ inches in diameter. It's in beautiful condition except for a tiny dent in the lip. Easily repaired, really! This goblet would grace any good pre-Red-Russian collection or really any fine Imperial collection that would include the beautiful relics of a much better age.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

 

 

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Imperial Russian Chamberlain's Key of Office (Second Class) (Item RUSO 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This WWI-era decorative key was the insignia worn by the Royal Household Chamberlain, the man who took care of all the private matters of the Tsar of Russia. He was the only man to employ the servants and fire them, if need be. He picked the royal garb for various state occasions. He arranged the royal events, religious and civil, and functioned in a thousand different ways for his royal majesty. This is a bronze key for the Second-Class Assistant to the head chamberlain. It is in very good condition and is worn sewn to a sash of office. This is a very historically important piece and beautiful. Since the Kaiser and the Tsar were related, we made an exception to enter this Russian item on the Germania web site. We actually have two of these magnificent and rare accouterments.

PRICE:  $485.00

 

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 Russian Tsarist Period Ring by Fabergé (Item RUSO 1-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is a fabulous ring by the master Fabergé. It is in the style of the Russian patriotic rings that were made in Germany, but thought to be earlier and made in Russia. They were probably made by the same maker, but before he had to flee to Germany after the communist swine had triumphed and began the ghastly murders of their betters among the aristocracy. The jewelers for the Tsar and military fared no better. This ring was bought from an elderly German jeweler who had worked with one of these Russian craftsmen, who had once worked in the shops of Fabergé. They struck up quite a friendship and later the Russian joined the German Army in order to fight against the monsters who had occupied his homeland, Mother Russia. His name was Serge Pavlov and he never came back. The German gentleman had Serge's Russian jewelry in his possession for safekeeping as arranged between them. After the war the German tried exhaustedly to locate any living relatives of his fallen Russian (kamerad), but to no avail. But he held on to the items for many years. Later, when the Red Dragon finally was no more he even ran ads in personal columns in Russian newspapers, especially Kiev, where Pavlov was born and lived (Nothing came of this!). So, a few years ago our Deuscher decided to sell all the jewelry that he gathered up at the end of the war of his own work and the work of others found in the destroyed buildings and workshops in Berlin where he and Serge had worked. It was a very dangerous mission as the Russian red beasts had declared that even moving your own things was considered looting and the punishment was immediate execution. Our man was officially working for the commissars in a clean-up detail and was able to move certain items by night and hide them. The rest of the story is that a couple of years ago I met this man, who had come with his son to the Stuttgart Waffenborse, military show, and lo and behold he had brought several boxes of this fabulous treasure and after three days of negotiations we two German dealers and I, managed to buy the entire lot to include many German politically inspired and military pieces, civil costume jewelry, and a few of Serge's workshop times, including this wonderful ring he had made while still in Fabergé's employ in Russia.

PRICE:$2,800.00

 

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