Fabergé scent bottle | A Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamel scent bottle, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1896-1908. Of triangular form with replacement, pull-out, cork-mounted stopper, the body decorated with scrolling floral and foliate motifs against a cream ground within a turquoise border, the clip similarly decorated.
1113-074: Ruckert Enamel Scent Bottle:
Theodore B. Starr sterling Art Nouveau vase ~ 1900. Theodore Starr (b.1837) opened his first business in 1862, at No.18 John Street. Two years later he was joined by Herman Marcus and the company became Starr and Marcus. In 1877 Marcus left the company to work with Tiffany & Co. at which time Starr bought out his partner and the name reverted to Theodore B. Starr | JV