108A, A FINE RUSSIAN SHADED ENAMEL KOVSH OF PAN SLAVIC DESIGN.
The body fully enameled with muted tones of dark and light blue, red, pink, green and yellow. The oval body surmounted by a fantastic high handle. Marked with the Cyrillic initials of Feoder Ruckert, Moscow 1908-17, 88 silver standard. Feodor Ruckert is well known to have retailed many exquisite cloisonne objects through Faberge.
109, A FINE RUSSIAN SHADED ENAMEL KOVSH
of traditional form. The body fully enameled with shaded flowers and foliage against a sea foam green ground. The top edge of the body having a dark red ground. Marked with the Cyrillic initials of Feodor Ruckert, Moscow 1899-1908. A lovely example of Ruckert's early work.
113, AN EXTREMELY FINE RUSSIAN SHADED ENAMEL KOVSH.
The body of oval form on an elevated ring foot, having a flat handle. The prow surmounted by a pine cone finial. The entire surface of this kovsh, both inside and out flooded with shaded enamel flowers and foliage against a green ground. The interior highlighted with a pair of exceptionally executed fanciful enameled exotic birds. 88 silver standard, Moscow 1899-1908. Marked with the Cyrillic initials of Feodor Ruckert. An exceptional example of Ruckert's work. Excellent condition,
116, A VERY FINE RUSSIAN SHADED ENAMEL KOVSH.
The body of oval form on a raised circular base, also having a flat handle & pine cone finial on the prow. The entire kovsh fully enameled w/shaded flowers & foliage against a green ground. The center of the interior with a finely enameled bird in an oval cartouche surrounded by light blue beading. Marked with the Cyrillic initials for Feodor Ruckert, over struck by the retailers mark Ovchinnikov, Moscow 1899-1908. In addition to his own shop, Ruckert sold his enamels through other important retailers such as Fabergй, Ovchinnikov, Kurlykov, Marshak & others.