London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & SHADED CLOISONNE ENAMEL KOVSH,
MARK OF THE 11TH.ARTEL, 1908/17,
The sides predominantly in two shades of green with pink flowers & lobed panels of flowers on grounds of cream, light blue, egg-shell blue & lavender-blue, smaller panels of dark purple & apricot, gilt interior, Cyrillic name inscribed inside & four more on base, 7¾ in. long (20 cm. long).
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