Due to the current health pandemic and limited access. 3 Cloisonné Enamel Spoons set by Gustav Klingert. Set of 3 Russian Imperial cloisonne enameled silver spoons by famous Gustav Klingert, who used to work for FABERGE.The all over turquoise decoration with gold tracery and opaque white bead border is a decorative style extensively used by Klingert. The design is, in effect, a signature style. The handle is twisted and terminates in an enameled "crown" type finial.
The bowl retains its original gilding. Marked with 84 silver standard. Moscow, circa 1890, one unmarked, and "KLINGERT" for Gustav Klingert. Total weight for 3 spoons: 40 grams or 1.4 oz.
Size: 4 1/2 each spoon. Guaranteed to be authentic and antique, please see my other items! Gustav Klingert who used to work for Faberge owned a factory of gold & silverware which was founded in 1865 and known until 1916.
His factory produced a lot of silver enamel items. He had 200 workers & 45 teenagers, manufacturing items worth 400,000 roubles. He was a participant in the exhibition in Paris (1889) and Chicago (1893) where his works were granted honorurable mentions. He had 4 sons and grandsons who worked together with him, one of the sons from: 1915 to 1917 was a book-keeper of the Moscow branch of the Faberge. Gustav Klingert was a famous representative of German ancestry in Moscow.
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