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A turned central steel rod holding the extending swift strips terminating on a foliate decorated base plate, the underneath with an old inventory label ‘16717’
Early 19th Century
Size: 15cm high – 6 ins high
Tula is a region in Russia in the Srednerossky hills to the south of Moscow whose capital town of Tula has been famous for the remarkable metalwork it has produced since the construction of the armoury by Peter the Great in 1712. The mastery of the craftsmen and their diamond cutting of the steelworks of art, as well as arms and armour, was unrivalled throughout Europe.