A Russian Ormolu-Mounted Malachite Tazza
Manufacturer: Ekaterinburg Lapidary Manufactory.
Model name: A RUSSIAN ORMOLU-MOUNTED MALACHITE TAZZA
Description: The circular dish/ bowl flanked by a pair of scrolled handles, above a spreading socle, the leaf tip-cast base stamped Ekaterinburg Lapidary Manufactory.
Finish: Premium Malachite / Gilt Bronze
Dimensions: Diameter: 320mm / High: 600mm
Style: Empire style
Technique: Bronze decorations casting/turning/ hire/stamping/polishing; Malachite: crude stone carving / slicing, forming "jigsaw puzzles", fitting, polishing, figurative carving.
Manufacturing lead time: 70 days- including total time required to manufacture A ORMOLU-MOUNTED MALACHITE TAZZA, including order negotiations, agreement preparations, entering into an agreement, cooling off period, design time, setup time, production sequence and schedule, inspection time, etc. For make-to-order products, it is the time taken from release of an order to production and shipment/delivery. We only start a manufacturing and an assembly process after receiving customer's orders and advance payment and then progressive payments (Part payments made to a manufacturer at different stages as the work (or delivery) progresses, instead of making one full payment on the completion.)
Shipping costs: Shipping costs will be based on packing costs, insurance, actual weight after packing, your location and postal service rates. Please ask all questions before buying.
Status: Limited Production / make-to-order product - manufacturing process in which manufacturing starts only after a customer's order is received.
Comment: Malachite, a rare and quite extravagant semi-precious stone and this is a symbol of luxury lifestyle and power, associated with Sole-Ruling of all Empire and the Winter Palace. In the 18th and 19th centuries malachite was popular with Russian Czars and aristocrats, they often used it to decorate their palaces.
|Material:||Premium Malachite / Gilt Bronze|
|Measurements:||Diameter: 320mm High: 600mm|
|Manufacturer:||Ekaterinburg Lapidary Manufactory|