A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISSONÉ ENAMEL SIFTER SPOON

MARK OF GUSTAV KLINGERT, 1896/1908, ALSO BEARING A FRENCH CONTROL MARK

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A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISSONÉ ENAMEL SIFTER SPOON
MARK OF GUSTAV KLINGERT, 1896/1908, ALSO BEARING A FRENCH CONTROL MARK
Decorated with band of alternate flower-head and lozenge-filled discs in traditional colours, the foliate deocrated handle edged with turquoise blue bead borders; together with a Russian silver-gilt and cloisonn/ae enamel lemon tea spoon, mark of Nikolay Alexeyev, circa 1890, the bowl with flowers in pink, red, green and blue on a white ground; also another lemon tea spoon, silver gilt and champlevé enamel with stylised lotus terminal and decorative bowl, maker's mark indistinct, '88' standard, Moscow, circa 1890, inscribed along one edge 'Made for Tiffany & Co'; and a silver-gilt and cloissoné enamel condiment spoon, the bowl with shaded enamel flowers on cream and dark red ground (4)