Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Tea Set

Ivan Saltykov
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reference number: RE_062

Moscow, 1889-1908

silver-gilt, enamel

height of teapot: 13 cm; length of spoon: 11.3 cm each

master’s mark: Cyrillic initials I.S. for Ivan Saltykov

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

assay mark of Moscow, 1889-1908

silver standard: 84 zolotnik

Fabergé scratched inventory number 11541

contained in original fitted case

A 20-piece silver-gilt tea set comprising teapot, sugar bowl, creamer, 12 teaspoons, tea strainer, lemon fork, sugar tongs and a sugar shovel. Silver-gilt on stippled ground, decorated in multicoloured shaded cloisonné enamel with floral pattern. Contained in the original hinged oak fitted case, lined with satin and velvet. The interior of the lid stamped with the Fabergé trademark beneath the Imperial warrant.


Ivan Saltykov – a renowned Russian silversmith and jeweller. In 1884, Saltykov founded a factory in Moscow, producing high-quality enamel wares.

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