Pavel Ovchinnokov Imperial Russian Silver Gilt Spoon 1887 /'Plique a Jour' This striking Imperial Russian silver-gilt' Plique a Jour' spoon was made in 1887 by Pavel Ovchinnokov, an equal to Russian jeweler, Karl Faberge. It measures 18.5 cm. (7 3/8 inches) in length.And the bowl is 6.25 cm. (2.5 inches by 2.5 inches).
It weighs 64.4 grams. The piece bears the imperial warrant. Ovchinnokov's maker's mark, the St George mark for Moscow and 84 for the 950 silver standard.
It is in wonderful condition, with no dings, or loss of glass (There is, however, an old professional repair to two blue enamel sections that do not detract from the beauty of this exceptional piece). The item "Imperial Russian PAVEL OVCHINNIKOV Silver Gilt Spoon'Plique a Jour' 1887 7" is in sale since Wednesday, November 6, 2019.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "asphaliazone" and is located in Watsonville, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.