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A RARE RUSSIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL STAR OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF ST. STANISLAS (NON CHRISTIAN), KEIBEL, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 the center with the Imperial eagle (for non Christians)

A RARE RUSSIAN SILVER AND ENAMEL STAR OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF ST. STANISLAS (NON CHRISTIAN), KEIBEL, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 the center with the Imperial eagle (for non Christians)

A RARE RUSSIAN GOLD, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND GRAND CROSS BADGE OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF ST. CATHERINE, CIRCA 1800 the front with the enameled image of St. Catherine, the letters C.B.E. above her head, for Holy Martyr Catherine, the border and arms of the cross set with diamonds, the reverse enameled with an eagle's nest and  inscribed in latin, "Share the Duties of Society." With an associated fitted leather case width 2 in. 5 cm

A RARE RUSSIAN GOLD, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND GRAND CROSS BADGE OF THE IMPERIAL ORDER OF ST. CATHERINE, CIRCA 1800 the front with the enameled image of St. Catherine, the letters C.B.E. above her head, for Holy Martyr Catherine, the border and arms of the cross set with diamonds, the reverse enameled with an eagle's nest and inscribed in latin, "Share the Duties of Society." With an associated fitted leather case width 2 in. 5 cm

This Imperial Russian "Order of the White Eagle "dates to pre-1900, with later modifications. Before becoming Poland's highest decoration, the medal was embraced by Imperial Russia. Rendered in striking yellow and red gold, the maker's mark "IK" is visible on its clasp alongside a clasp, eagle's talons and a double-headed eagle. The medal's fineness has been marked as "56" which was added in St Petersburg.

This Imperial Russian "Order of the White Eagle "dates to pre-1900, with later modifications. Before becoming Poland's highest decoration, the medal was embraced by Imperial Russia. Rendered in striking yellow and red gold, the maker's mark "IK" is visible on its clasp alongside a clasp, eagle's talons and a double-headed eagle. The medal's fineness has been marked as "56" which was added in St Petersburg.

The Order of St. Catherine, the only Order of the Russian Empire for women (excluding the Order of Saint Olga, given only in 1916-1917), was founded in 1714 in order to commemorate and immortalize the actions of Empress Catherine I, wife of Peter the Great, whose selfless sale of her jewelry and property to pay the ransom of the Cossacks who were captured by the Turks in 1711 earned her the admiration of the court and country.

The Order of St. Catherine, the only Order of the Russian Empire for women (excluding the Order of Saint Olga, given only in 1916-1917), was founded in 1714 in order to commemorate and immortalize the actions of Empress Catherine I, wife of Peter the Great, whose selfless sale of her jewelry and property to pay the ransom of the Cossacks who were captured by the Turks in 1711 earned her the admiration of the court and country.

1Breast Star of the Order of the White Eagle Polish (Ruby garnish), Dresden, 1722-1733. Green Vault. VIII 121. 268 rubies, 385 diamonds, gold, silver, partly gilt. 15.7 x 15.2 cm© Dresden State Art Collections

1Breast Star of the Order of the White Eagle Polish (Ruby garnish), Dresden, 1722-1733. Green Vault. VIII 121. 268 rubies, 385 diamonds, gold, silver, partly gilt. 15.7 x 15.2 cm© Dresden State Art Collections

Order of St. Catherine star, instituted on 24 November 1714 by Tsar Peter the Great on the occasion of his marriage to Catherine I of Russia.  For the majority of the time of Imperial Russia, it was the only award for ladies.   Awarded to ladies, in 2 classes - the Greater and the Lesser Cross star.  This is a close up view of the front side of the Greater Cross star of the Order.

Order of St. Catherine star, instituted on 24 November 1714 by Tsar Peter the Great on the occasion of his marriage to Catherine I of Russia. For the majority of the time of Imperial Russia, it was the only award for ladies. Awarded to ladies, in 2 classes - the Greater and the Lesser Cross star. This is a close up view of the front side of the Greater Cross star of the Order.

FABERGE Eggs, Antique Jewelry, Russian Antiques, Vintage Jewelry

FABERGE Eggs, Antique Jewelry, Russian Antiques, Vintage Jewelry

Imperial Order of St. Eka

Imperial Order of St. Eka

Imperial Russian Order of St Stanislav, 3rd class, gold and red guilloche enamel, made in St Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by Eduard

Imperial Russian Order of St Stanislav, 3rd class, gold and red guilloche enamel, made in St Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by Eduard

ORDER OF MILITARY MERIT Grand Cross Sash and Star with : Lot 203

ORDER OF MILITARY MERIT Grand Cross Sash and Star with : Lot 203

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