A SILVER-GILT CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL CHARKA
MARKED P. OVCHINNIKOV WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, OVERSTRIKING THE MARK OF FEODOR RÜCKERT, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1890
Of traditional form, cloisonné enamelled with the image of a duck and varicolour foliage on a cream ground,...
A LARGE AND IMPRESSIVE SILVER-GILT PUNCH SET
MARKED GRACHEV WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, ST PETERSBURG, 1892-1893
Comprising a large bulbous bratina with cover, twelve charki, a ladle and a tray; all repoussé and chased with stylised geometric and foliate...
Chased with Jonah and the Whale among other sea creatures, the sides inscribed in Russian 'Charka of Grigoriy Ivanovich Panteleyev / Drink to your health and happiness', unmarked
length 9.5cm, 3 3/4 in.
In traditional style, the handle chased with a pomegranate flanked by scrolls and foliage, the design centred with an oval cabochon ruby, the exterior of the bowl similarly decorated with stylised polished and matted silver tulips alternating with beads,...
The lobed body decorated inside and out with panels of scrolling stylised multi-colour flowerheads against alternating cream and olive grounds, the interior enameled with a scene of a battle between a griffin and a dragon, the shaped trefoil handle with...
Moscow, 1892, the bulbous bowl with incurved neck, the circular stand raised on four ball feet, the ladle with long hook handle and each charka with a short hook handle, all pieces colorfully enameled with scrolling foliage and with geometric borders,...
St. Petersburg, circa 1900, enameled translucent ivory over a guilloche'ground, with hook handle, the interior inscribed in Cyrillic, 'Drink from this Charka and be Healthy,' also dated 1902, marked with Cyrillic initials of workmaster, K. Faberge in...
Moscow, circa 1900, comprising a lobed Punch Bowl, a circular Stand, eight Charki and a Ladle, all pieces enameled with multi-colored stylized flowering foliage, the rim of the punch bowl and the border of the stand mounted with colorful hardstone cabochons,...
Moscow, 1701, maker's mark V.P., the shallow circular bowl supported on a flared, circular foot, overall chased and repousse with stylised foliage and animals, the flat handle pierced with a lion and unicorn supporting a shield which bears the date stamp.
The partly gilded bucket engraved with flowers with swing handle, circa 1900, the handle of the charka mounted with a coin, dated 1787, St. Petersburg, circa 1910, the kovsh with a border of foliage, circa 1900.
Unmarked, 18th Century. Of quatrefoil section, engraved with stylised flowers, with S-shaped handle.
Moscow, 1123-1128, assaymaster Erist Rukh, makers initials Cyrillic DI. Cylindrical thistle-shaped, chased with flutes below a band of scrolling foliage.
Moscow, 1142-1148, makers initials Cyrillic AE. Octagonal thistle-shaped, engraved with a band of foliage and lambrequins, the base formed of a commemorative coin of Elizabeths Coronation in 1742.
Marked with initials of Affanassia Ribakov, Moscow, circa 1730 Cylindrical thistle-shaped, chased with flutes below a band of engraved scrolling foliage.
17th Century, the plain rounded bowl with slightly domed base and with flat shaped handle engraved with foliage on a stippled ground, the rim of the bowl inscribed "Charka Trinity St. Sergi Monastery, on a reeded ground the base with scratch weight and...
Late 17th Century, the silver-gilt lip-mount engraved with a Cyrillic inscription, the openwork cast handle with a lion and a unicorn supporting a vacant shield, surmounted by a bird with outstretched wings, with silver-gilt foot and with three silver-gilt...
Moscow, 176?. Each circular on spreading foot, the broadly fluted body with repousse foliage and rocaille motifs, with C-scroll handle.
Moscow, circa 1900, the round bowl colorfully enameled with flowering plants with a blue ground with a border of red beads, with fiat shaped handle, the foot signed in Cyrillic, P. Ovchinnikov.
Moscow, circa 1890, enamel with colorful stylized foliage, each raised on three leaf-form supports, with cable borders.
St. Petersburg, circa 1900, the handle mounted with a coin of the reign of the Empress Elizabeth, marked with initials of workmaster, K. Faberge in Cyrillic with Imperial warrant and 84 standard.
St. Petersburg, circa 1900, the plain round bowl with an upper border of acanthus leaves, the handle mounted with a coin dated 1778, marked with initials of workmaster and 84 standard.
St. Petersburg, circa 1890, applied with strapwork decorated with sheaves of wheat and set with colored hardstones, the foliate-form handle applied with a central cameo surrounded by scrolls and teardrop-shaped hardstones.
Moscow, circa 1910, enameled all over in shades of green, red, blue and gray in the Old Russian Style, the handle in the form of a dinosaur-like creature, enameled similarly.
St. Petersburg, circa 1890, the ribbed body enameled translucent emerald green over a guilloche ground, the raised handle set with a coin, period of Catherine II, enameled on one side translucent red over a guilloche ground, with nephrite bead finial...
Comprising an octagonal pair with gilt base rims, inset with coins commemorating the coronations of Catherine I, dated 1724, and Peter II, dated 1728, unmarked; one lobed, chased with rococo cartouches, Fyedor Petrov, Moscow, 1776; another lobed and fluted,...
Enamelled in translucent green over chevron engine-turning below an opaque white border, the scroll handle with rosette and green chrysoprase finial, 88 standard
height overall 7.3cm, 2 7/8 in.
Enamelled in translucent cornflower blue over banded chevron engine-turning, the squared handle set with moonstones, struck with workmaster's initials and K.Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 6463
A CLOISONNÉ ENAMEL SILVER CHARKA
RUSSIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY
The hemispherical bowl on a raised circular foot, the body and interior enamelled with varicoloured scrolling foliage on white and dark blue grounds, the kokoshnik-shaped pierced handle similarly...
TWO SILVER-GILT CHARKAS
ONE, RUSSIA, LATE 17TH CENTURY; THE OTHER, CHINA FOR THE RUSSIAN MARKET, FIRST HALF OF 19TH CENTURY
One hemispherical on raised petal-shaped foot, the body chased with scrolling foliage and birds, the interior decorated with sea...
A SILVER AND NIELLO CHARKA AND A SILVER TWO-HANDLED CUP
THE CHARKA, MARK OF PETR IVANOV, MOSCOW, LATE 17TH CENTURY; THE CUP, RUSSIA, EARLY 18TH CENTURY
One hemispherical on three claw-and-ball feet, with two scrolling foliate handles, the body and interior...
A PARCEL-GILT SILVER CHARKA
RUSSIA, PROBABLY 18TH CENTURY
The hemispherical bowl on a raised circular foot, the gilt body chased and engraved with scrolling foliage, the pierced handle centring a coat-of-arms flanked by stylised lions and foliage, dolphins...
A SILVER-GILT CHARKA
MARK OF TIMOFEI SILUYANOV, ALDERMAN'S MARK OF FEDOR PETROV, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1750
The hemispherical bowl on a raised circular foot, the body chased with scalloped borders, the interior centring a medallion depicting an allegorical marriage,...
A Silver and Plique-à-Jour Enamel Charka and Saucer
Maker's mark indistinct, apparently Vasilii Semenov, Moscow, date mark indistinct
The hemispherical bowl on a raised circular foot, with a shaped flat handle, chased and enameled with blue, green, and...
A Parcel-Gilt Silver and Cloisonné Enamel Charka
Marked Ovchinnikov with the Imperial warrant, with indistinct town and date mark, Moscow, probably 1896-1908, with French import mark
The hemispherical bowl on a domed foot, with a shaped flat handle, decorated...
A SILVER-GILT AND NIELLO CHARKA
MARK OF PETR IVANOV, MOSCOW, LATE 17TH CENTURY
Circular, on three claw-and-ball feet, with a shaped handle, the body, interior and handle finely engraved and nielloed in the Turkish style with leaves and flowers amidst...
A SILVER-GILT AND NIELLO CHARKA
On three claw-and-ball feet, with a kokoshnik-shaped handle, the body and interior finely nielloed in the Turkish style, the base engraved with three tulips on the base, marked under handle
3¼ in. (8.3...
A PARCEL-GILT SILVER CHARKA
RUSSIA, 17TH CENTURY
The outer gilt rim engraved in Russian ‘Charka of the Troitse Sergiev Monastery', with a kokoshnik-shaped gilt handle, unmarked, the underside of the handle engraved 'N52'
6 1/8 in. (15.7 cm.) long
Decorated with architectural vignettes within festooned urns, scroll handle, engraved with Cyrillic initials NG, struck with unidentified maker's mark V.A (Cyrillic, Postnikova-Losseva no. 537), assay master Nikifor Krasilnikov, 84 standard
Carved of nephrite with a circular bowl, the interior of translucent red enamel over engraved waves and hatches radiating from a central rosette, the handle formed as a toucan's beak with cabochon ruby-set eyes, struck with workmaster's initials and Fabergé...
The rim border cast with leaf tips, the scroll handle set with a silver ruble of Peter the Great dated 1725, struck with workmaster's initials AB (Cyrillic), presumably for Andrei Bragin, 84 standard
width: 12.2cm, 4 7/8 in.