орден святого александра невского

  1. Order of St. Alexander Nevsky Breast Star with Diamonds

    Silver, gilt, strass stones /all large original diamonds were replaced/, diamonds, enamel. Size 98 mm. Weight 127 g. Pin engraved with the number "37".
  2. Order of St. Alexander Nevsky awarded to Constantin Franz Freiherr von Neurath in 1864

    The most unusual cross that was awarded to Constantin Franz Freiherr von Neurath on September 23, 1864. Gold, enamel. Size 55,1 x 49,4 mm. Weight 44 g, Marks on the ring are unreadable, sash ring marked with round hallmark of St. Petersburg assay office "anchors". Looks like originally this...
  3. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky from the collection of Church of Our Lady of the Rocks in Montenegro

    This unusual piece was exhibited back in 2010 at exhibition "Treasures of Montenegro - Vows from Perast and Boka, Testimony of Faith and Art/Blago Crne Gore - Zavjeti iz Perasta i Boke, svjedočanstvo vjere i umjetnosti" in Venice. Privately-comissioned cross (by the museum or original owner)...
  4. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky awarded in 1915 to Admiral Eugène de Jonquières

    Admiral's order of the White Eagle https://asiamedals.info/threads/order-of-the-white-eagle-awarded-in-1909-to-admiral-eugene-de-jonquieres.27556/ Cross. Gold, enamel. Size 59.2 x 53.5 mm. Weight 31.7 g. Marked VD /ВД for Владимир Яковлевич Динаков/, Eduard /Эдуард/ and St. Petersburg assay...
  5. Saint Alexander Nevsky and Saint Vladimir orders embroidered breast stars of General František Josef Jindřich Count Šlik

    Classical officially issued so-called "kapitul" embroidered breast star (see https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-st-alexander-nevsky-made-by-keibel-kammerer-kk.23595/#post-348711) Collection of Military History Institute, Prague.
  6. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky with Diamonds awarded in 1895 to Minister of Foreign Affairs of the French Republic Gabriel Hanotaux

    Awarded on October 13, 1895 to Gabriel Hanotaux for his participation in the success of the Franco-Russian alliance. Gold, silver, enamel, diamonds.
  7. Order of St. Alexander Nevsky with diamonds awarded to Paul Deschanel in 1901

    Gold, silver, enamel, diamonds (about 340 old cut diamonds and diamond roses with a total weight of about 3.8 ct.). Size 57.3 x 52.3 mm. Weight 49.4 g. Marked on the loop with gold hallmark "56" from 1899-1904 time period [kokoshnik to the left +assayer’s mark "ЯЛ" for Yakov Lyapunov] and...
  8. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky of Karl Philipp, Prince of Schwarzenberg

    Privately commissioned (somewhere between 1813 and 1820) diamond-cut breast star and officially issued cross. About the cavalier https://asiamedals.info/threads/1st...f-karl-philipp-prince-of-schwarzenberg.26490/ Awarded on October 11 (23), 1813 (on the same day with St.Andrew order...
  9. Privately Commissioned Breast Stars of Saint Alexander Nevsky with Diamonds

    Such breast star were privately commissioned in order to replace original diamond encrusted breast stars that oftenly were “turned into money” by awardees. Silver, glass, base metal, enamel. Size 85x85 mm. Weight 87.9 g. Unmarked with screw fastening. Collection of State Historical Museum...
  10. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky Diamond-cut Breast Star with Crown from Hermitage collection

    See also https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-st-alexander-nevsky-made-by-nichols-plinke-workshop-np.23729/ and https://asiamedals.info/threads/orders-of-st-alexander-nevsky-made-by-dmitri-osipov-workshop-do.23631/ Silver, gold, enamel.
  11. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky with Diamonds from the Hermitage collection

    Gold, silver, enamel, rhinestones, glass. Size 88 (including ribbon loop) x 54 mm.
  12. Privately Commissioned Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky from Hermitage collection

    Unique Keibel-made cross. Cross was transferred to the Hermitage collection in 1938 from the former Jewelry Gallery of the Winter Palace. Gold, enamel. Size 73 (including the ribbon loop) x 48 mm. Marked with St.Petersburg assay office gold hallmark "56". Iconography typical for crosses...
  13. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky Privately Commissioned in 1867

    Cross with most unusual iconography. Gold, enamel. Size 57.9 × 53.4 mm. Weight 33.12 g. Marked with St. Petersburg assay office year mark 1867 and gold hallmark "56". Central medallions. Eagles. Marks.
  14. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky with Diamonds of King of the Hawaiian Islands Kalākaua

    About the cavalier and his other awards see https://asiamedals.info/threads/order-of-chrysanthemum-and-other-awards-of-king-of-the-hawaiian-islands-kalakaua.23099/ In 1883, King Kalakaua bestowed the Royal Order of Kamehameha I Knight's Grand Cross upon Czar Alexander III. The following year, a...
  15. Privately Commissioned Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky Breast Stars made by Unidentified Workshops

    Silver, gold, gilding, enamel. Size 72.4 × 73.1 mm. Weight 46.35 g. Unmarked. Same breast star under different light.
  16. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky (and other awards) of Armand-Augustin-Louis de Caulaincourt

    Armand-Augustin-Louis de Caulaincourt was awarded with Order of St. Andrew on October 13, 1808 in Erfurt. On the very same day he received insignias of "junior" Imperial Russian orders: order of Saint Alexander Nevsky and order of Saint Anna. Gold, enamel. Made by Afanasy Panov workshop...
  17. Order of Saint Alexander Nevsky breast star awarded in 1807 to Charles Maurice de Talleyrand-Périgord

    See also index thread devoted to Talleyrand awards https://asiamedals.info/threads/ord...charles-maurice-de-talleyrand-perigord.25787/ Awarded together with Order of Saint Andrew and Order of Saint Anna on June 27 (July 9), 1807.
  18. Order of St. Alexander Nevsky of Nicholas I of Russia

    Gold, enamel. Size 50 mm. Weight 37.59 g. Unmarked. Circa 1836. Most likely made by Keibel and Kammerer workshop /KK/. Photo courtesy of the colleague and friend from St. Petersburg. Cross has much higher quality than usual period cross. Reverse.
  19. Cane of the Master of Ceremonies of the Order of St. Alexander Nevsky

    Circa 1797. Wood, gold, silver, bone. Length 96 cm. From collection of Moscow Kremlin Museums.
  20. St.Alexander Nevsky Orders for Non-Christians made by Albert Keibel /AK/ workshop

    Gold, enamel. Approximate size 60 x 55 mm. Marked with assay mark "56" with the coat of arms of St. Petersburg; on the upper beam under the enamel the imperial eagle, on the lower - "AK" for Albert Keibel. Cross was awarded to Persian official somewhere between 1882 and 1899. Medallions...