Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Tray

Ivan Saltykov
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reference number: RE_069


silver, enamel

diameter: 29.3 cm

maker’s mark: Cyrillic initials I.S. of Ivan Saltykov

assay master’s mark: Cyrillic initials A.A for Anatoly Artsibashev

assay mark of Moscow,1896

silver standard: 84 zolotnik

A circular plate, the centre with textured octofoil silver-gilt panel decorated with shaded polychrome enamel flowers and foliage in pink, red, green and shades of blue encircled by a turquoise ground embellished with scrolling gilt cloisons, the rim conforming to the central panel and edged with white bead borders, the silver underside inscribed in Russian around the rim with presentation ‘To Pavel Vasilievich Popov from the Peasant Society of the village of Karadzha‘ (Karadzha was a small village in the Crimea).


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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