ITEM: Pair Russian Enamel Silver Salt Bowls. CREATOR: Maker unidentified MK? DETAILS: Exquisite small silver salt dishes with elaborate cloisonné wirework and foil-backed enamel inlay. Fine construction; conical bowls with applied foot. PLACE OF ORIGIN: Moscow (assayer Ivan Lebedkin). MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES: Solid silver 84% pure, enamel. MARKS: Makers mark difficult, perhaps MK, unidentified. Some stubborn tarnish remaining after light polishing. Condition is excellent with only a few teeny chips from enamel inlay. DIMENSIONS: Each 2″ wide, 1 3/8″ high. WEIGHT: 109 grams total. P e n c i l p o i n t e r >. Usually available; please inquire. Please contact me with any questions. The item “Pair Russian Imperial Cloisonné 84 Silver Salt Dish Moscow Enamel Kokoshnik 1900″ is in sale since Friday, December 13, 2019. This item is in the category “Antiques\Silver\Non-U.S. Silver\Russia”. The seller is “pencilpointer” and is located in Oak View, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Germany, Japan, France, Australia.
- Style: Russian Imperial
- Age: 1900-1940
- Pattern: Ornate
- Type: Salt Cellar, Bowl
- Featured Refinements: Russian Enamel