A Russian silver gilt, plique-q-jour and shaded cloisonne enamel tazza, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, 1908-1917. HAving a flared foot with floral and geometric motifs, apertures filled with red and green plique-a-jour enamel, the bowl has exuberant flower heads on a duck-egg ground, the rim pierced with a geometric design and decorated with red, green and orange plique-a-jour enamel.
A Russian silver gilt and shaded cloisonne enamel creamer, Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, Of traditional form, the body is completely decorated in multi-color scrolling foliate and floral roundels against patterned aqua ground.
A Russian silver gilt and shaded cloisonne enamel cigarette case, by Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa Rectangular in shape, the surface enameled with shaded cloisonne florals and leaf scrolls on a cream colored ground.
A Russian gilded silver, shaded cloisonne enamel and gemset kovsh, by Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1896-1908. Of traditional form with raised prow and handle, set with hardstone cabochons, enameled in floral and scrolling motifs on a turquoise ground and cream ground on the interior.
Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, Circa This is generously ornamented with birds in shaded enamels set amongst scrolling floral and foliate enamel against a pale blue ground, the interior gilded and engraved in Cyrillic with the Easter greeting"Christ has Risen"