Description & Technical information
Made by the Russian Imperial Workshop named the “Bronzespedition”, by italian craftsmen and most probably designed by Vicenzo Brenna (Florence 1745 – 1820 Saint Petersburg)
Period: 18th century, 1750-1850
Origin: Russia, St. Petersburg
Medium: Aragonite, Ormolu
Dimensions: 72 x 62 x 2 cm (28³/₈ x 24³/₈ x 0³/₄ inches)
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