Russian Enamel

Teapot with images of a falconer, a deer and a rooster, with a dragon-shaped handle

    Teapot with images of a falconer, a deer and a rooster, with a dragon-shaped handle

    Russia, Moscow

    1899-1908

    Kurlyukov firm, Friedrich Rückert workshop

    Silver, mother-of-pearl; enamel over filigree, painted enamel, casting, gilding

    15.0 х 20.0 х 10.5 cm

    Marks: "O.KURLYUKOV", "F.R.", T-shaped mark and certification mark of Moscow district Assay Department 1899 - 1908, silver alloy "88"

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    Ball-shaped teapot, on circular base, with the hinged lid, curved spout and a figured handle, decorated with painted enamel over filigree in the Neo-Russian style. The teapot body has six punched prominent "spoons", inside them there are alternating images of a falconer with a bird in its right hand against the pale green background, a deer on the pale pink background and a pheasant against white background, all framed by flowers. The teapot bottom part and its base are ornated with oval medallions with fancy flowers against colored background. The entire teapot surface is covered with enamel and filigree curves; the spout is decorated with flowers against blue enamel background, the dragon-shaped handle with two mother-of-pearl inserts. The lid is decorated with six oval medallions with floral decor against blue background; the haft is made in the form of a cast banister.

    The enamel colour scheme is built on combination of pink, blue, green, brown, yellow, red, white and turquoise tints.

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    Инв.3511/ДПИ