Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Beakers and Tray

Maria Semyonova
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reference number: RE_007

circa 1900

silver-gilt, enamel

length of tray: 23 cm

maker’s mark: Cyrillic initials M.S. of Maria Semyonova

assay master’s mark: Cyrillic initials I.L. of Ivan Lebedkin

assay mark of Moscow, 1899-1908


Fabergé: Imperial Craftsman and His World, Riverfront Arts Center, Wilmington, Delaware, 9 Sept 2000 – 18 Feb 2001, No. 79


G. von Habsburg, Fabergé: Imperial Craftsman and His World, London, 2000, no. 79, p. 77, illustrated in colour


A set of twelve silver-gilt and shaded cloisonné enamel beakers and their tray decorated with pastel-coloured foliage on a gilt stippled ground. Contained in a contemporary fitted case.


Maria Semyonova (active 1896-1917) – an important Russian silversmith and enameller. A daughter of a well-known silversmith Vasili Semyonov, Maria took over the family business after his death. Under her supervision, the firm became famous for its high-quality enamel in Neo-Russian style.

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