THREE SILVER-GILT PLIQUE-À-JOUR, CHAMPLEVÉ AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOONS

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ONE, MARK OF GRIGORII ANDREEV, ST PETERSBURG; THE OTHER, MARKED KHLEBNIKOV WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, MOSCOW, 1889; THE OTHER, MARK OF SAMUEL FILANDER, ST PETERSBURG

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THREE SILVER-GILT PLIQUE-À-JOUR, CHAMPLEVÉ AND CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SPOONS
ONE, MARK OF GRIGORII ANDREEV, ST PETERSBURG; THE OTHER, MARKED KHLEBNIKOV WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, MOSCOW, 1889; THE OTHER, MARK OF SAMUEL FILANDER, ST PETERSBURG
The spoon marked Grigorii Andreev with circular shaped bowl, with varicolour plique-à-jour and champlevé enamelled geometric motifs, the stem shaped as izba logs, with a mounted finial in the form of a traditional izba, marked on stem; the spoon marked Khlebnikov with oval shaped bowl, cloisonné enamelled overall with varicolour stylised scrolling foliage, with wire borders, the stem similarly decorated, with a shaped flat finial cast and chased with radiating ornament, marked on bowl; the spoon marked Samuel Filander with oval shaped bowl, champlevé enamelled with stylised cockerels in pan-Slavic style, with spreading stem similarly decorated with geometric motifs, marked on stem
7 7/8 in. (20 cm.) long and smaller