Description and Details
We are delighted to offer this beautiful Imperial Russian 'cloisonné' silver enamel napkin ring made in St Petersberg c.1910 possibly by P. Torlov. The napkin ring features a very fine band of red, blue, green and white enamels with fine twisted wires separating the spaces within.
An array of floral and foliate motifs are embedded within two beaded borders of dark blue 'cloisons' and vibrantly accent the inner silver tone.
The workmanship is very impressive - the design is well balanced and aesthetically pleasing. Whislt the napkin ring would undoubtedly make an excellent collection/display piece, it may also be used practically with serviettes in an exceptionally stylish, historic and indulging manner.The napkin ring is marked with the maker's mark "ПT." (PT), Kokoshnik 84 mark (1908-1926) and the alpha symbol for St Petersburg.
*This listing is for the napkin ring only. All other items may be purchased separately.
- Size (mm) W:4.5cm H:2.5cm
- Size (inches) W:1.77 H:0.98
- Weight: 24 grams (0.77 oz)
Great Condition - The napkin ring is in great antique condition with no major damage. Please note there is one very small section where the beaded metal is missing (shown in the last image). We have photographed it to overstate in order to avoid disappointment in person. Due to the small size of the spoon, it is not so apparent to the naked eye.
Please refer to the photographs to examine the condition in further detail.
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