May 26, 2019 (Your local time)
 1927 Boblett Street Blaine, WA 98230, USA

We are Selling a few Collections of European and Russian Collectible Items.

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Start price:
$ 1,450
Estimated price:
$5500 - $6000
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After Lansere Evgeny Alexandrovich, more commonly known as Eugene Lanceray Russian, 1848 - 1886, 'The Farewell Kiss', black painted iron figural sculpture, marked on bottom in Cyrillic.
Sculpture depicting a male Cossack on horseback in a traditional uniform wearing on his head a distinctive tall fur hat papaha, a rifle wrapped in a canvas case on his back and a sword shashqa, hanging from his belt.
Man romantically lifting up his girl to give her a farewell kiss as he embarks on his journey away from home.
Marked on underside of oblong naturalist base with two pierced drilled circular holes at ends with three impressed Cyrillic marks and illegible numbeRing at center.
SIZE: 210 x 180 x 94 mm (8.27 x 7.09 x 3.70 inches). The item is very heavy. Please note: last image is for sample only.
ESTIMATE PRICE: $5500 - $6000.
It is a great INVESTMENT.
Recently the same item was sold on eBay for $5.500. In Moscow it was sold for $10.800 - please see the screenshots.
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WIKIPEDIA: Yevgeny Yevgenyevich Lansere, also spelled Eugene Lanceray (23 August 1875 - 13 September 1946), was a Russian graphic artist, painter, sculptor, mosaicist, and illustrator, associated stylistically with Mir iskusstva (the World of Art). Lanceray left Saint Petersburg in 1917, and spent three years living in Dagestan, where he became infatuated with Oriental themes. His interest increased during journeys made in the early 1920s to Japan and Ankara, Turkey. In 1920, he moved to Tbilisi, Georgia. During his stay in Georgia, he lectured at the Tbilisi State Academy of Arts (1922-1934) and illustrated the Caucasian novellas of Leo Tolstoy. Amongst his students were Apollon Kutateladze. Lanceray left Georgia in 1934, settling in Moscow, where he became involved with decoration of the Kazan Railway Station and the Hotel Moskva. During this same period, Lanceray also worked as a theatrical designer. Three years before his death, he was honored with the Stalin Prize. He died in Moscow at age 71.

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