Material: silver, cloisonne enamel, gilding. Russian Empire, 1889. Coffee pot - weight 485 g, Height 145 mm, Width from handle to spout 145 mm, Base diameter 67 mm, Diameter in the wide part 110 mm. Sugar bowl - weight 420 g , Height 125 mm, Width 135 mm. Dairyman - weight 195 g., Height 80 mm, Width from nose to handle 97 mm, Diameter in the wide part 83 mm. Total weight 1100 g.
Russian silver kovch with floral enamel decoration on a dark background, gilding and with a dominant blue tone.
Hallmarks: P. Ovchinnikov. Moscow, last quarter of the 19th century. 84 silver sample.
H-4.5cm. L-12cm. B-7cm. Weight: 106gr.
Crystal jug with silver, 13th artel. An excellent example of understanding Western historicism in Russian decorative and applied art. An example of stylish classical reflection on the theme of the early French Renaissance. The proportional expansion and emphasized functionality, the shape of the handle, the modern character of its decor, the belt of the Renaissance decor at the neck are complemented by the strict and majestic laconicism of a silver drum with classic garlands "suspended" from the bottom. A subtle note about flowering and reviving functionality is the garnet button on top of the lid. It will anticipate and perfectly complement the ensemble with cherry juice, a punch for red wine - at the time of celebrations.
84 standard silver. Stamp for minor details and decorations of the Moscow Assay Office from 1908-1926. Brand of the manufacturer: 13А. (13 artel). On the inside, on the lid, the brand of secondary parts of the Moscow Assay Office from 1908-1926 and the brand of the manufacturer: 13A.
Height: 29 cm
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