London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
A GROUP OF FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & ENAMEL SPOONS, ALSO A KNIFE & FORK, ALL CLOISONNE EXCEPT FOR ONE CHAMPLEVE SPOON,
VARIOUS DATES & MAKERS,
Comprising one champlevé enamel & parcel-gilt silver spoon with central 8-pointed star enclosed by foliage in red, white, lilac, dark blue & turquoise, by Gustav Klingert, Moscow, 1889, a pair of traditionally coloured spoons with knop finials, by Nikolay Zverev, 1896/1908, 7 5/8 in. long (19.5 cm.), another spoon similar, also by Nikolay Zverev, 1896/1908, AND a cannon-handled knife & fork, knife with steel blade, decorated with flowers & scrolls in traditional colours, by Pavla Mishukova, 1896/1908. (6)
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