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Lommeur - keiserinne Maria Feodorovna, prinsesse Dagmar av Danmark

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Lommeur - keiserinne Maria Feodorovna, prinsesse Dagmar av Danmark

Pavel Buhre, keiserlig hoffurmaker, St. Petersburg. Prod. ca. 1910.
Gave fra keiserinne Maria til sjømannen Mugalim Iksanov, 1912.

Sølv dobbeltkapslet urkasse, produsert ved Buhres fabrikk i Le Locle, Sveits.
Frontlokkets innside med insrkipsjon: "Nådig skjenket av keiserinnen av det store imperium Maria Feodorovna til sjømannen Mugalim Iksanov 29. september 1912" (kyrillisk, fritt oversatt).

Frontlokket med stort keiserkronet Romanov-våpen i relieff, med sort og blå emalje.

Emaljert urskive med timer i romertall og minutter i arabertall. Sekundviser ppå 6-tallet. Urskivens midtfelt montert med fotografi av keiserinne Maria i hoiffdrakt, med "kokosnik-diademet".

Sveitsiske sølvstempler, men for russisk lødighet 84 zolotnik (84/96 sølv, tilsvarende 875 sølv). Urkassens baklokk og innerlokk med serienummer 317617, frontlokk med tilsvarende nummerering 7617. Innerlokket med gravert produsentmerking:
"Pavel Buhre Leverandør til Hans Majestet No 317617" (kyrillisk, fritt oversatt).

Urverk av sveitsisk type, med forgylte plater slepne i brede "Geneve-striper". Opptrekk med krone, med trykknapp for justering nedenfor.

MARIA FEODOROVNA (DAGMAR OF DENMARK)
Maria Feodorovna (26 November 1847 - 13 October 1928), known before her marriage as Princess Dagmar of Denmark, was a Danish princess and Empress of Russia as spouse of Emperor Alexander III (reigned 1881-1894). She was the second daughter and fourth child of King Christian IX of Denmark and Louise of Hesse-Kassel; her siblings included Queen Alexandra of the United Kingdom, King Frederick VIII of Denmark and King George I of Greece. Her eldest son became the last Russian monarch, Emperor Nicholas II of Russia. She lived for ten years after he and his family were killed.

Most of her life, she was known as Maria Feodorovna, the name which she took when she converted to Orthodoxy immediately before her 1866 marriage to the future Emperor Alexander III. She was known within her family as "Minnie".

PAVEL BUHRE
Pavel Buhre was one of the first watch companies in Europe. The company was founded by Karl Buhre, a Russian businessman of German descent. At first the Buhre watch company was located exclusively in St. Petersburg. In 1874, 34-year-old Pavel Buhre, Sr., son of Charles Buhre, decided to purchase a watch factory in Swiss Le Locle.

By order of the imperial court the Buhre factory produced gift watches, which the emperor presented to officials for distinguished public service, foreign diplomats and prominent figures of culture. Buhre watches were also given as bonuses to officers and non-commissioned officers in the Russian army.

Pavel Buhre watches were awarded top prizes at many national and international exhibitions, including silver and gold medals at World’s Fairs in Paris in 1889 and 1900, respectively. A silver medal in 1889, and a gold medal in 1900.

The Buhre produced upmarket products as well as watches for the public at large. Prices for a Pavel Buhre watch started at only two rubles and went as high as several thousand. This Russian company became one of the world’s leading producers of affordable watches for broadest social demographics.

As the founder of the firm and the first Russian watchmaker, he was recognized by the Imperial Court. In 1876 Pavel Karlovich Buhre was awarded the title of hereditary honorary citizen At the request of the Dukes of Leuchtenberg, their Imperial Highnesses the Princes Eugene and Sergey Maksimilianovich.

Diameter 5,0

Merknad: Slitasje, mindre bulker. Mangler noe sort emalje. Urverket fungerer, men bør overhales.
Uret er ikke funksjonstestet, men fungerer ved katalogisering. Blomqvist innestår ikke for urets funksjon og ettersyn anbefales. Dersom det ikke er opplysninger om papirer, garantier, deler eller original eske medfølger dette ikke.


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