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Yes Graf, the above sash badge looks like Cejalvo manufacture. Stars possibly attributed to them [sorry no image to hand] have a somewhat different center with blond seraph hair and between cross arm flames/fleur de lis element cut away from [or with a thin metal cut] between them and the cross arms. Also this sash has a 'French' type bow & swivel. I have seen sashes with bows like this, sashes with Austrian type rosettes & bows, and what seem to be the original method [FIRST image below].
I cannot definitely say whether usual Cejalvo-made St. Alexander sashes look like this one or more typical Spanish bows & tails. Must do some more digging.
I wonder about the Tallinn Museum set. The SECOND image below, from the Tallinn Museum, seems to show a Cyril & Methodius set...with Austrian type sash!