Feodor Ruckert. Moscow. Silver-gilt and Shaded Enamel Pictorial Kovsh. 1900. Length 13.l". The body of this Kovsh is finely enameled on one side with a scene of a boyar wedding and is inscribed in Cyrillic, "Honorable Wedding." The other side is enameled with a wedding feast and is inscribed in Cyrillic, "Celebration Banquet." The front of the kovsh is enameled with the imperial eagle on a sea green ground. The back of the body flanking the handle is enameled with winged horses ridden by finely robed young nobles. This piece is marked by Ovchinnikov, as retailer.