RUSSIAN RARE KOVSH, Magnificent, Incomparable, Unique, Super Exhibit, Museum Showpiece Exponent!! A 88 Solid Silver gilt Kovsh decorated. Jewelry Enamel Scans, Moscow Imperial Artel, by. 100% Authenticity Cloisonné Enamel KOVSH Imperial the time of Nicholas II. Cloisonne enamel on the scape, gilding.
Female head in kokoshnike to the right. FEODOR IVANOVICH RUCKERT ENAMELED SILVER HINGED KOVSH. Hinged Russian silver cloisonne enamel kovsh by Feodor Ruckert decorated with cloisonné enamel on the jewelry scans, 88 Silver, gilding and enamel.
Marked on the back side sections. Super Exhibit by Russian Silversmith with jewelry Art Enamel Stacker. Friedrich Moritz Rückert, silver- and goldsmith of German origin, Fabergé workmaster. Born in France in Alsace in 1840.He worked with Carl Fabergé from 1887. Moscow District Assay Office - a female head in the kokoshnik, facing to the right with a point behind the neck, and a breakdown for silverware 88. Hallmarks of the certificate of the Moscow district assay management - a female head in the kokoshnik. Jeweler Art Artist Master Goldsmith (assume). FEODOR RUCKERT ENAMELED SILVER HINGED KOVSH.
205 mm in length x 95 mm in width x 110 mm. 8.25 Inch in length x 3,75 Inch in width x 4,25. Enamels Kovsh, made in Russian, = corresponds to American standard of 925 Solid Silver. Weight of the product (approximately). Condition is perfect It lovely real peace.(The pictures considered a part of the description of the item). Decorated with cloisonné enamel on the jewelry scans. He worked with Carl Fabergé from 188.
Round extruded convex body above the expanding ring - stand. On the wall and on the handle of the ribbon, there is a decorative ornament of stylized flowers, leaves and pineapples, framed by a narrow dotted frieze in polychrome enameled cells. 88 Solid Silver, weight approx. Gilding is made by the masters of the Moscow Jeweler Artel by Feodor Ruckert, approx.
At this time in Moscow, one after the other, Artels of jewelers and silversmiths specialized in certain types of products were organized. Masters who left large enterprises for the purpose of joint production and marketing of products were united in them. All the workers of the collective cooperative were responsible for the quality of their products, which for this reason was traditionally high. Beautiful enamel and silver antiques by Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert.In 1886, Fyodor opened his own studio of silver products. Beautiful works of Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert have individual style, with the characteristic elements of Russian Art Nouveau.
In 1887 he signed a contract with the Moscow branch of Faberge. Up to 80% of all Ruckerts workshop products came out with the stigma of Faberge. The special color, filigree created a special unmistakable artistic style of Ruckert.
Russian Imperial jeweler, Feodor Ruckert. Never worked exclusively for Faberge, but, nevertheless, he was the main supplier of enamel in the Russian style. Feodor Ruckert produced silver decorated with enamel on filigree miniatures on the theme of Russian history, the boyars life, folklore. Sometimes they are copies of paintings by famous artists of the time Makovsky, V. Masterpiece by Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert.Enamel and silver antiques by Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert. Exquisite work by Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert. From 1910 to 1917, Feodor Ruckert. Was a silver jewelry factory owner in Moscow, located at 29 Vorontsovskaya Street, which was also his own house.
The house included premises for shops, offices and living rooms. Here Ruckert spent long hours with Faberge, discussing projects. The famous shop became famous for its amazing enamel painting depicting the beauty and charm of Russian antiquities.
The whole family lived in the house of Ruckert on Vorontsovskaya, except two daughters, Ida and Adele. The left part of the house was given to the masters, where they lived with their families. Later, Feodor Ruckert began taking orders from competing firms of Faberge the famous workshops Ovchinnikov, Kurlyukov and Marshak.
All the works of Fyodor Ivanovich can be found under the authors stigma a womans head in the headdress, facing right, with the code of the county by the Greek letter delta and 88 silver standard. Russian jeweler Feodor Ruckert died in 1917. His grave is in the Vedensky Cemetery in Moscow. Works by Feodor Ruckert are in rare museum collections and not often appear in the Russian antiques market.
All the works of Fyodor Ivanovich can be found under the authors stigma two letters (Russian name), a womans head in the headdress, facing right, and figure 88 of silver standard. THERE ARE NO COMPLICATED "TERMS & CONDITIONS"... For all others - personal checks, bankers drafts.
Pictures are part of Description. RUSSIAN ROYAL IMPERIAL 88 SILVER ENAMEL KOVSH BOWL SPOON GOLD BUCKET EGG PIN" is in sale since Saturday, October 17, 2020.This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "rima83" and is located in North Miami Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.