A Faberge gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel champagne flute, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1900. Of tapering form, the lower section of the goblet gadrooned and decorated with applied cables, the stem with two knops, the upper body enameled with brightly colored, stylized floiage against a cream ground, set on a spreading foot similarly enameled
1000-1200, Kievan Rus'. Cloisonné enamel, gold. Chains, called riazni, were created from small cloisonné enamel medallions. The chains may have joined layers of dress, been worn as necklaces or bracelets, or used to suspend circular or crescent-shaped pendants known as temple pendants or kolti.