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    A Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamel 2 handled punch bowl on a circular pedestal base, workmaster Antip Kuzmichev, stamped “Made for Tiffany and Co”., Moscow, late 19th century. Enameled with polychrome roundels and scrolling foliate motifs against a gilt ground. The pointed handles pierced with fanciful birds.

    Antique Russian cloisonne' enamel on silver gilt jewelled large bowl.

    Shaded Cloisonne Enamel and Silver Russian Kovsh

    A Russian silver gilt & shaded cloisonne enamel bowl, Feodor Ruckert overstruck by the stamp of Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow, 1896-1908. Circular bowl on three ball feet with lobed panels completely enameled in stylized multi-color scrolling floral and foliate motifs, the interior circular cartouche decorated with a fanciful brightly feathered bird against a gray ground. 88 silver standard.

    A FABERGÉ SILVER-GILT AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL PILL BOX, WORKMASTER FEODOR RÜCKERT, MOSCOW, 1908-1917 of circular cushion form, the surface painted with shaded polychrome enamel flowers on a stippled ground, 88 standard.

    A Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamel vodka cup, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, 1896-1908. The bulbous body worked in multi-color stylized foliate cartouches on a cream ground surrounded by olive green enamel set with scrolling filigree wires . The raised circular base banded with a circle of red enamel beads. Dimensions: 2 1/4" H x 1 7/8" W.

    A Russian Silver Gilt and Cloisonné Enamel Perfume Bottle. PetrPavlovich Milyukov, Moscow, Russia. Circa 1896.

    Russian Faberge gem-set rock crystal and royal purple guilloche enamel parasol handle, workmaster Albert Holmstrom, made in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917

    Fine Enamel on Silver Art Nouveau Goblet | JV

    Blue Moser enamel and gilt glass vase with winding salamander decoration.

    A FINE ENAMEL AND SILVER GILT, PEAR-SHAPED PERFUME BOTTLE, 19TH CENTURY

    Carl Faberge punch set of gilded silver, decorated with cloisonne enamel Approx. 1896-1908

    Carl Fabergé / Perfume bottle

    FABERGÉ SILVER & ENAMEL PUNCH BOWL & LADLE, MOSCOW, 1908-1917 Pan-Slavic taste, tapering circular form, sides decorated with amorphic forms on grounds of dark reddish brown & navy blue matt enamel divided by undulating border, above rounded triangular lobes repoussé with stylised formal flowers & Slavic scrolls, rim divided by reeds & engraved '19 Januier 1909', on four ball part-enamelled feet, underside of base engraved 'A. Werth', matching ladle with gilt bowl & stylised monogram SG

    An Extremely Rare Russian Gilded Silver and Shaded Enamel Pictorial Punch Bowl and Ladle, Feodor Rückert, Moscow, circa 1910

    A Russian silver gilt and cloisonné enamel jar, Antip Kuzmichev, Moscow, 1896-1908. Of circular form with raised lobed panels, the box enameled in stylized multi-color foliate motifs outlined by bands of turquoise enamel beads, the shaped domed cover with bezel-set green hardstone cabochons similarly decorated.

    A Russian silver gilt and shaded cloisonne enamel footed creamer, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, 1896-1908.

    A Russian silver gilt and cloisonne enamel vodka set with tray, Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow, late 19th century.

    #Fabergé -- Vase -- 1903 -- Workmaster: Michael Perchin (St. Petersburg) -- Rock crystal, gold, enamel, cabochon rubies, emeralds & sapphires -- Bought by Leopold de Rothschild from Faberge's London branch in 1911. Rothschild filled the vase with orchids grown in his hot houses at Gunnersbury Park and presented it to King George V & Queen Mary upon their coronation day, 22 June 1911. -- British Royal Collection

    Russian silver and enamel perfume with cabochon :