London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
TWO RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & CLOISONNE ENAMEL CREAM JUGS,
ONE WITH MARK OF DMITRIY NIKOLAYEV, 1896/1908, THE OTHER WITH MARK OF GUSTAV KLINGERT, MOSCOW, 1896,
The first in traditional colours with turquoise bead borders, decorated with large drop motifs & stylised flowers, the second with traditionally coloured floral panels incorporating star motifs, on a turquoise ground decorated with scrolling cloissons & edged with white beading, both 3½ in. high (9 cm.). (2)
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