Mistress service for hard drinks


A peculiarity of this set is the shape of the decanter taken from glassmakers of the XVIII century. The decanter is made according to an item which is kept at the Museum of Crystal. The two century long life confirms the functionality of this item, its practicalness as nothing else. The shape of the decanter and its stopper unobtrusively and at the same time eloquently resemble the contours of historical costumes.

The set Mistress is completed with small glasses ideally harmonizing with the decanter. The décor of the item in general which is made in the same artistic vein once again emphasizes the abundance of textures and patterns prevailing in the robes of the gentry.


creation collection The Nevsky
The Maltsov dynasty is connected in many respects with Saint Petersburg, with its majestic and staid Neva river. According to a noble custom both Maltsovs – Ivan Akimovich and Sergey Ivanovich joined the army after they had got an excellent education. They did military service in the capital. The elder rose to the rank of the second-major and Sergey Ivanovich who had been sent to do his service to the School of guard ensigns in Saint Petersburg graduated from it successfully and after that he was recruited as an adjutant attached to the his Highness prince Pyotr Georgievich Oldeburgsky rose to the rank of the major-general.