ELEVEN PIECES OF IMPERIAL RUSSIAN PERIOD SILVER AND ENAMEL, CIRCA 1890-1910.
Comprising a set of six matching silver gilt teaspoons with champlevÃ© enameled bowls, each hallmarked Moscow, 88 silver standard, and the imperial warrant above an indistinguishable maker's mark, length 5.25 inches (13.5 cm). Together with a large silver gilt cloisonnÃ© enameled tea strainer, hallmarked Moscow, maker's mark for Gustav Klingert, length 5.6 inches (14.2 cm). Also a large plique-a-jour enameled sugar scoop, the finial rendered with the imperial double headed eagle, hallmarked Moscow, with indistinguishable maker's mark, length 5 inches (12.7 cm). Together with another sugar scoop with cloisonnÃ© enameled decoration, hallmarked Moscow, 88 silver standard, and marked for Antip Kuzmechev, length 4.6 inches (12 cm). Additionally, an ornate two piece silver and cloisonnÃ© belt buckle with kindjal clasp, hallmarked Moscow and maker's mark for Gustav Klingert, width 3 inches (7.5 cm). Together with a silver gilt and cloisonnÃ© enameled fork, hallmarked Moscow, 88 silver standard, and the imperial warrant above an indistinguishable maker's mark, length 4.75 inches (12 cm).
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