Russian Enamel

Teapot with removable lid and stopper

    Teapot with removable lid and stopper

    Russian Empire, Moscow

    last quarter of the 19th century

    Gustav Klingert gold and silverware factory

    Silver, cork wood; champleve enamel, gilding

    11.1 х 6.6 х 6.6 сm

    Marks: "GK"; "А.А / 18..6" (scratched), "84", Moscow city coat of arms


    Tetrahedral teapot with cylindrical neck, insert stopper and a removable, round, slightly convex lid. The body of the teapot and the lid are covered with blue-white-red geometric carpet pattern made of champleve enamel. The pattern is comprised from hexagonal rosettes, reminiscent of cell honeycombs.