London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER & CHAMPLEVE ENAMEL SPOON,
MARK OF IVAN CHLEBNIKOV, MOSCOW, 1872,
With drop-shaped bowl & ball finial, Cyrillic inscription in turquoise blue around the bowl, centre of bowl with flower-head in red, green, white, dark blue & turquoise centred by a vacant reserve, the cylindrical stem with lozenge, bead & triangular motifs, 7 in. long (17.8 cm.), 3.5 oz.
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