SILVER. RUSSIAN SILVER ENAMEL DECORATED KOVSH. Early 20th century Russian silver multi-color enamel decorated kovsh with floral decoration. Stamped to the underside with an "84" kokoshnik mark signifying a city origin of Moscow, an unidentified maker's mark, and a RAO warrant mark signifying Moscow in 1908. Total approx. weight is 5.02 troy oz (gross). From a New York Estate. Dimensions: kovsh measures approx. 3" w x 5.25" d x 2.25" h. Condition: Good, with light surface scratches and minor dings/dents. With minor crazing and enamel losses/discoloration.
RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & CLOISONNE ENAMEL KOVSH 19th c. 84-Silver Shaded Cloisonne Enamel Vessel, with polychrome decoration of an Imperial double-headed eagle, birds among trailing foliage and floral motifs, having a double-headed eagle finial, rope twist edges, with combined standard and Moscow city mark, Cyrillic maker's mark SB, 4" high, 8 1/2" x 4 1/2", 16.22 ozt. Minor enamel chips to top surface.
RUSSIAN .875 SILVER GILT AND ENAMEL KOVSH, Moscow, 1896-1908, Maria Semenova, maker, 84 zolotnik standard, of typical form, with extended prow and hooked handle, the exterior fully covered with polychrome enamel foliate decoration, accented by raised silver droplets and un-enameled spheres, lg. 5 3/4; together with a fragment of lace decorated with the Imperial double-headed eagle, lg. 12 1/2 in. Provenance: Purchased from Atzbach & Thomas, Inc., Redmond, Washington.
RUSSIAN EXPORT PARCEL-GILT SILVER AND CLOISONNé ENAMEL KOVSH, CA. 1908-1926 2" x 4 ½" x 2 ?" Pan-Slavic silver kovsh with parcel-gilt interior, cloisonné enameled in polychrome with traditional foliate design. Marked with Second Kokoshnik export mark, 88 zolotnik and maker's mark "20A" for Artel' 20 on the bottom. Weighs 3.97 toz. Provenance: private collection, Pittsburgh, PA.
NICOLAS II RUSSIAN SILVER AND CLOISONNé ENAMEL KOVSH, IMPERIAL WARRANT AND PAVEL OVCHINNIKOV AND IVAN LEBEDKIN MARKS 2 ¾" x 4 ¾" x 3 ?" Silver kovsh with cast scroll and grape cluster with leaf handle, cloisonné enameled in polychrome in traditional Pan-Slavic design. Marked with First Kokoshnik mark with 84 zolotnik and "IL" in Cyrillic for Ivan Sergeevich Lebedkin (Moscow, 1898-1914), Imperial Warrant above mark in Cyrillic "P. Ovchinnikov" for Pavel Akimov Ovchinnikov (Moscow, 1853-1916) (Postnikova-Loseva, #2826/2877) on the bottom. Weighs 6.12 toz. Provenance: private collection, Pittsburgh, PA; acquired at Freeman's in 2013.
A (LOT OF 2) RUSSIAN .84 SILVER KOVSH AND UNDERTRAY A (lot of 2) Russian .84 silver kovsh and undertray, the kovsh with a cross handle, the sides with inscription; the tray with cross light by rays of light, enclosed by an inscription, the tray 5.5"d, 4.5 toz
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