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Vase with Azalea Motif, 1901

St. Petersburg, Imperial Glass Factory
Master: D.P. Lukin, from a design by B. Reinhardt
Mark engraved on the base: H II beneath a crown and the date 1901
Three-layered (smoky-green, green, and white) crystal, engraved, ground
27.5 x 12 x 12 cm

Empress Alexandra Feodorovna was particularly fond of vases made from three layered glass 'by Gallé's method'. It is very possible that she saw D.P. Lukin work on the Azalea vase, which was made in 1901, during her visit on 17 November 1901 to the Imperial Porcelain and Glass factories. This vase was in the Private Rooms of Alexandra Feodorovna in the Winter Palace until 1931.

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