Emblem, Ryazan region

Palekh Watch
315123
170000,00
rub
The emblem depicting an armed warrior (prince), which later became the coat of arms of Ryazan, has existed since the beginning of the 17th century.
The Grand Duke’s cap (crown) symbolizes the official sign of status assigned to the Ryazan land coat of arms at the beginning of the 18th century to denote the former dignity of the Ryazan Principality.
The walking horse is the oldest emblem of Ryazan from the seal of Ivan the Terrible.
The shield holders, two silver horses with golden manes, black hooves, and scarlet tongues, indicate the high status of the owner of arms.
The golden foot of inclined grain ears symbolizes the Ryazan region as an agro-industrial region. The ear is one of the oldest symbols of life, fertility, and agriculture.
The red princely mantle with ermine lining and gold cords, tassels and fringe symbolize the state status of the Ryazan region, as well as the memory of its past as an independent Grand Ryazan principality.
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About Palekh painting

Model description

Swiss CAL 1660Y RONDA movement. Gold-plated steel case and natural leather strap.

The hand-painted dial is protected from everyday scratches by a water-resistant mineral glass. The timepiece is protected from light rain or drops of water when washing your hands.

The watch is packed in a premium walnut-coloured gift case. The case is made of precious wood and varnished. Inside it is lined with beige flock.

Specifications

Artist: Nina V. Chaparina

Movement: CAL 1660Y RONDA

Case: Stainless steel

Surface finish: Gold plated

Dial: Hand-painted with tempera and gold color, varnish coating, manual polishing

Glas: Mineral

Watch Band: Natural leather

Water resistance: 3 ATM (30 meters)

Size: 40 x 7 mm

Availability: In stock

About Palekh painting

You can read more about Palekh painting here, and here you can read about the history of the formation and preservation of this type of ancient Russian painting
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