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A parcel-gilt Art Nouveau silver charka/bonbonniere, workmaster Kontantin Linke, C.E. Bolin, Moscow 1898–1908.

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15 000 - 18 000 SEK
1 360 - 1 640 EUR
1 430 - 1 710 USD
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32 000 SEK
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A parcel-gilt Art Nouveau silver charka/bonbonniere, workmaster Kontantin Linke, C.E. Bolin, Moscow 1898–1908.

Gilt interior. Round model, standing on three legs, openwork handle. Assay master Ivan Lebedkin. Height 11.3 cm, diameter 13.7 cm. Weight 253 g.

Provenance

W.A. Bolin Collection

Exhibitions

The Armoury Museum, the Kremlin, Moscow , 2001 ‘W.A. BOLIN Bolin in Russia Court jeweller late XIX-early XX centuries’, catalogue no 164, p. 190.

Literature

Ed. Christian Bolin, Pavel Bulatow, 'W.A. BOLIN Bolin in Russia Court jeweller late XIX-early XX centuries', New Hermitage-one Moskva 2001, illustrated p. 190, catalogue no 164.

More information

Konstantin Linke was the son of Edward and Maria Linke and was probably born in 1865 or 1866. According to Tatjana Muntjans research in “W.A. Bolin, Bolin in Russia, 2001”, Konstantin was a merchant of the first class in 1898 in Moscow and around the turn of the century had a silverware shop of his own and cooperated with C.E. Bolin Co. In the 1890s we find several of the firm’s finest silver objects also with a KL mark. Konstantin Linke replaced his mother Maria Linke as workmaster at Bolin ca 1893.

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