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Filigree Tea Glass Holder

Filigree Tea Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian filigree podstakannik or tea glass holder. Literally, podstakannik means under the glass or for the glass. Less expensive ones were used on Soviet trains during the Soviet era, while more expensive and elaborate ones have been used from time immemorial by Russian aristocracy, then ...

Grapes Tea Glass Holder

Grapes Tea Glass Holder
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Russian tea glass holder featuring grapes. Literally, podstakannik means under the glass or for the glass. Less expensive ones were used on Soviet trains during the Soviet era, while more expensive and elaborate ones have been used from time immemorial by Russian aristocracy, then by Soviet leaders,...

Hunters Gilded Glass Holder

Hunters Gilded Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian gilded nickel plated tea glass holder featuring the famous Hunters at Rest painting by Vasily Perov. Ships from Moscow within 5 business days.

Crystal Silver Rim Glass

Crystal Silver Rim Glass
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Etched crystal glass holder insert with silver rim. Hot water should be poured on a teaspoon placed inside the glass. May only be purchased together with a tea glass holder. Imported from Moscow, Russia.

Saint George Glass Holder

Saint George Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian tea glass holder featuring Saint George the Victorious killing a dragon. Glass insert is not included. Imported from Moscow. Ships within 7 business days.

Saint Petersburg Glass Holder

Saint Petersburg Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian nickel plated tea glass holder featuring the famous Saint Petersburg sights: the Palace (Dvortsoviy) Bridge and the Peter and Paul Fortress in the background. Saint Petersburg and Russia in Cyrillic are also present on the face. The Russian coat of arms is imprinted on the sides. S...

Saint Isaac's Cathedral Glass Holder

Saint Isaac's Cathedral Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian nickel plated tea glass holder featuring the Saint Isaac's Cathedral and Saint Petersburg in Cyrillic on the face. The Russian coat of arms is imprinted on the sides. Ships within 7 business days.

Ornamental Tea Glass Holder

Ornamental Tea Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian filigree style tea glass holder (podstakannik) made in the town of Mstyora, Vyaznikovsky District, Vladimir Oblast, Russia. Literally, podstakannik means under the glass or for the glass. Less expensive ones were used on trains during the Soviet era, while more expensive and elabor...

Crystal Glass Holder Insert

Crystal Glass Holder Insert
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Original Russian glass holder insert made of etched crystal glass. Hot water should be poured on a teaspoon placed inside the glass. May only be purchased together with a tea glass holder. Imported from Moscow.

Symbols Tea Glass Holder

Symbols Tea Glass Holder
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Rare Soviet aluminum tea glass holder made in 1950s. Features ornamental symbols. Ships from Moscow within 5 business days.

Kiev Tea Glass Holder

Kiev Tea Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian tea glass holder featuring Ukrainian style ornaments associated with the capital city of Kiev (or Kyiv). Ships from Moscow within 5 business days. Note: glass insert is not included.

CCCP Tea Glass Holder

CCCP Tea Glass Holder
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Polished brass glass holder covered with nickel and decoratively darkened to resemble greened silver. Front and sides feature USSR coat of arms. Ships from Moscow within 7 business days.

Crystal Golden Rim Glass

Crystal Golden Rim Glass
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Glass holder insert made of etched crystal glass with golden rim. Hot water should be poured on a teaspoon placed inside the glass. May only be purchased together with a tea glass holder. Imported from Moscow, Russia.

Kubachi Silver Glass Holder

Kubachi Silver Glass Holder
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Authentic Kubachi silver tea glass holder made in accordance with traditions of artistic metalworking that can be traced back to the 18th century Dagestan. The region was part of the Russian Empire and Soviet Union, and is currently a federal subject of Russia. Very rare collectible item. Imported f...

Wood Grouse Tea Glass Holder

Wood Grouse Tea Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian podstakannik or tea glass holder featuring a wood grouse. Literally, podstakannik means under the glass or for the glass. Less expensive ones were used on Soviet trains during the Soviet era, while more expensive and elaborate ones have been used from time immemorial by Russian ari...

USSR Gilded Glass Holder

USSR Gilded Glass Holder
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Gilded tea glass holder featuring the Soviet Union coat of arms. Comes together with crystal glass and gilded teaspoon. Durable set that requires no special treatment. Will remain a jewel of your household for many years to come.

Russian Eagle Gilded Tea Set

Russian Eagle Gilded Tea Set
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Tea set comprising chrome plated gilded glass holder, crystal glass and gilded teaspoon. Holder (or podstakannik in Russian) features the Russian coat of arms, the double headed eagle. It will make a great gift for a connoisseur of the Russian history. Ships from Moscow within 7 business days.

Saint Basil's Cathedral Podstakannik

Saint Basil's Cathedral Podstakannik
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Polished brass podstakannik or tea glass holder covered with nickel and galvanic darkening to resemble greened silver. Great gift for anyone who values Russian tea drinking traditions using a glass holder that depicts an architectural masterpiece of ancient Russia. Saint Basil's Cathedral was founde...

Wood Grouse Gilded Glass Holder

Wood Grouse Gilded Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian gilded tea glass holder featuring a cock of the wood or wood grouse. Comes together with crystal glass and gilded teaspoon. Ships from Moscow within 5 business days.

Soviet South Glass Holder

Soviet South Glass Holder
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Authentic Russian nickel podstakannik or tea glass holder featuring vegetation of the Soviet South, including palm trees. Literally, podstakannik means under the glass or for the glass. Less expensive ones were used on Soviet trains during the Soviet era, while more expensive and elaborate ones have...