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Antique Mall in St. Petersburg, Florida. Modern, Mid-Century, Antique and Primitive Furniture, Fine Art and Sculpture, Art Glass and Pottery, Stained Glass, Fine Porcelains, Vintage Jewelry, Collectibles, Civil War Memoriabilia, Military Books, Old Pistols. 16,000 square Feet. 85 Dealers.
The open air market at Udelnaya, in the north of St Petersburg, is where you'll find the most babushkas you've ever seen in one place, selling their old Soviet wares. You may also find some German war weapons and tools _ and fresh grenades) that collectors have dug up from the battlefields. Producer: Josephine Asher with help from Andrey Ostroukh
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RBTH met with touristic guide Dmitri Kosakov for a breathtaking journey across the roofs of St Petersburg. Admiring a city from the top of a building is always a spectacular way to experience its beauty and discover the unexpected. Even though the rooftops of St Petersburg are very popular among locals and tourists, you can rarely meet anyone there. It's a wonderful place to spend time all by yourself... or have a romantic dinner. Read more about Russia: http://rbth.ru/28501 Credit: Ricardo Marquina
(10 Dec 2010) ++16:9 ORIGINAL++ Saint Petersburg, Russia - 24 November, 2010 1. Wide of exterior Inzhenerny Castle (branch of Russian State Museum) where pre-auction exhibition taking place +Night Shot+ 2. Interior of castle, mid of musicians playing violins 3. Wide of people going upstairs to pre-auction exhibition 4. Man and woman looking at items in showcase 5. Close up of set of saltcellars and spoons, made in 1896, silver, gilding and enamel (auction price starting at 6-thousand US dollars) 6. Mid of set of saltcellars and spoons 7. Wide of exhibition, people looking at various items of art 8. Close up of brooch in form of beetle, made in 1908 by Faberge factory, gold, garnet, diamonds, pearl (auction price starting at 15-thousand US dollars) 9. Wide of people walk...
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Russian/Nat Russia is being drained of her national treasures. Antiques are flowing out of the country at an alarming rate. Billions of dollars are lost and priceless treasures are disappearing, never to be seen again in Russia. The smuggling of antiques has become the Russian underworld's third biggest business, second only to the arms and narcotics trade. Every day hundreds of planes fly in and out of Russia, bringing thousands of visitors. When they leave, most take a little bit of Russia with them. But while many tourists are satisfied with a few matrioshka dolls or a traditional Russian fur hat, many others take home souvenirs a lot more valuable. Customs officials at Russia's international airports have stepped up efforts to crack down on antique smuggli...
Stained Glass Lamps and Panels
SHOTLIST London, United Kingdom - 19 November, 2007 1. Wide of various toys on display 2. Tilt up to doll in glass case 3. Close of doll's face 4. Close of doll in glass case 5. Mid of woman holding doll 6. Various of dolls on display 7. Close of doll's face 8. Wide of doll houses 9. Wide of man looking at items on display 10. Close of label on record player 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Lawrence Fisher, head of mechanical music, Bonhams "Here we have a singing bird box, made by Jaquet Droz in circa 1795. This particular piece is a very rare example, only because its primary purpose is as a snuff box. So here we have the compartment for the snuff. But also the materials made of it, the main gold chassis work, and then you've got the spilt pearl decorations on the top, followed clos...
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