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Sugar Bowl from a Tea Service

Made by: 11th Artel

Currently in storage


About this object

Each piece in the set is covered with an all over design in filigree enamel in red, green, pale blue, white on a stippled gilt ground all of the finest quality. Ring like foot on each piece has four semicircular openings. Above this is a melon pattern, each section of which has a floral motif or leaf scroll. Next above is a series of half circles in enamel and above, a rinceau in enamel. Upper portions have acroteria like motifs in filigree enamel. Handles have all over filigree enamel on a stippled gilt ground. Domed covers have also all over filigree enamel decoration. Handles and covers of the coffee and tea pots have pieces of mother of pearl. Interiors are gilded.

Category:
ENAMELS
Object name:
Sugar Bowl from a Tea Service
Made from:
Silver gilt -- enamel
Made in:
RUSSIA: Moscow
Date made:
1910
Size:
__5.50 IN
__13.97 cm

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
15.203.3-4
Class:
ENAMEL
Signature marks:
MARK __kokoshnik, kokoshnik with 84, IIA, scratch: 2764C, From Samuel Pomeroy Colt 2/25/12
Credit line:
Gift of Mrs. Catherine B. VanBomel, 1969
Featured in publication:
"Odom, Anne and William R. Johnston. Russian Enamels: Kievan Rus to Fabergé. London: Philip Wilson, 1996."