Lot 0172: MIHAIL CHEMIAKIN STERLING SILVER WINE CARAFE

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A wine carafe designed by Mikhail Chemiakin, Russian, born 1943. The carafe is formed as a jester in a highly decorated suit with cast flowers with chased and engraved details. The carafes handle is modeled as a long curved jesters hat. Raised on an elegant gadrooned base. Related Literature: For similar works, see Exhibition catalog, Chemiakin. VI Jewellery. The State Hermitage Museum, The State Tretyakov Gallery and Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow and St. Petersburg, 1995–1996. Mihail Mikhailovich Chemiakin, Russian, Soviet, American, born 1943, is a painter, stage designer, sculptor and publisher, and a controversial representative of the nonconformist art tradition of St. Petersburg. Together with the philosopher Vladimir Ivanov, he created the theory of metaphysical synthesis, dedicated to the search for new forms of icon painting based on the study of the religious art of different eras and peoples. In 2000, he established the Imaginary Museum in Hudson, New York, which hosts exhibitions on the subject of the artists research. Sterling Silver Drinkware, Glasses And Goblets For Collectors. Weight 3162 g.

Overall good vintage condition. Signs of age and wear. Scuffs, scratches, patina. Refer to photos. Sold As Is.
23 in Tall. All measurements are approximate.

Auction Date

August 20th, 2022

PRICE WITH BUYER PREMIUM

$19,200.00