A magnificent and exceptionly rare Russian silver gilt and shaded champleve enamel tea caddy by Ivan Khlebnikov, Moscow, 1896-1908. The six, cylindrical lobed sides beautifully decorated in various alternating multi-color scrolling floral and foliate motifs against a matte gilt ground, the double-domed lid similarly worked with floral designs and paisley motifs between stylized pineapples. From John Atzbach. (third view)
A Fabergé ten piece silver desk set, workmaster Anders Nevalainen, Moscow, 1899-1908, comprising a glass ink-well, a blotter, a beaker, a pen-tray, a quill-blotter, a quill, a paperknife, a match-striker, a desk bell and a desk seal with hard stone matrix, each chased with borders of acanthus leaves and with engraved initials HJ.
A FABERGE SILVER SUGAR BOWL, MOSCOW, 1908 -1917 the circular low bowl with plain sides with applied armorials and on circular foot, tapered handle, gilt interior, struck in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 84 standard.