17 June 2009
A SILVER-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS AND ENAMEL KOVSCH
BEARING MARKS OF NEMIROV-KOLODKIN, 20TH CENTURY
The bowl oval cut with stars and lines, the silver mounts cast with flowers, the handle with en plein enamel flower, engraved '1886 6/IV 1922'
14½ in. (36.8 cm.) wide
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