London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A GROUP OF 16 RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT/SILVER & ENAMEL SPOONS & 1 FORK,
VARIOUS DATES & MAKERS,
Mostly lemon tea spoons, comprising cloisonné enamel:- one with shaded enamel bowl by Nikolay Sverev, 1908/17, a pair, 1896/1908, a set of three, "88" standard, Moscow, circa 1890, a pair by Gustav Klingert, Moscow, circa 1890, a small shaded enamel example by Maria Semenova, 1908/17, 4 others various & a fork, the latter by Nikolay Sverev, 1896/1908, ALSO champlevé enamel:- 2 spoons, one with Cyrillic lettering around bowl & one small example with silver foliate scrolls on turquoise ground & a sifter spoon, Moscow, circa 1890. (17)
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