Russian Enamel

Spoon for jam

    Spoon for jam

    Russian Empire, Moscow


    Fabergé firm, Rückert Friedrich workshop

    Silver, enamel; painted filigree enamel, filigree, repousse, gilding

    Length 16 cm

    Marks: “К.ФАБЕРЖЕ”, two-headed eagle; tee of Moscow District Assay department for 1899-1908 with alloy "88" and Inventory No. "14666"


    Silver spoon with round smooth deep bowl, plumpish stem with a flat curly end is decorated in the Neo-Russian style. The spoon external surface is decorated with painted filigree enamel pattern comprised of fancy flower with berries-grains, leaves with spiral curls, rings and meshy (lozenge-shaped) ornament on green repoussed background. Curly flat stem end is decorated with filigree enamel lozenges, triangles, five-petal rosette flowers, leaves and filigree spiral-shaped curls located on white-green enamel background. The enamels color scheme is based on the combination of white, green, red, blue, gray and yellow shades.