London, South Kensington
26 June 2007
A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & CLOISONNE ENAMEL LEMON-TEA GLASS HOLDER,
MARK OF GS (Cyrillic), PROBABLY FOR GRIGORIY SBITNEV, ALSO WITH MARK OF BR.VIRTB (Cyrillic), POSSIBLY A RETAILER'S MARK, 1908/17,
With wavy rim & shaped handle, decorated with floral designs in pink, red, white, lilac, green & 3 shades of blue, the top of handle with cream ground, borders of turquoise & white enamel bead motifs, gilt interior, 4 in. high (10 cm.).
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