Russian Silver-Gilt & Enamel Tray

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reference number: RE_068

circa 1900

silver, enamel

maker’s mark: Imperial Warrant mark of Pavel Ovchinnikov

workmaster’s mark: Cyrillic initials A.O. of unidentified master

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

assay mark of Moscow, 1899-1908

silver standard: 84 zolotnik

Circular with champlevé enamel band of stylised eagles and foliage in red, green, purple, white, turquoise and powder blue, similar concentric floral and geometric bands to centre, on a collet foot.


Ovchinnikov – alongside with Fabergé, one of the most important silver- and goldsmith of the nineteenth-century Russia. In 1881 the firm was awarded the title of the supplier of the Imperial Russian court. Its production was also highly praised by many other European royal courts: Ovchinnikov was the official purveyor to King Victor Emmanuel II of Italy and King Christian IX of Denmark.

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