A large antique gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel kovsh by one of the best Russian enamelers of the early 1900s – Maria Semyenova.
The kovsh is of a traditional Russian design – a boat shaped bowl with a hook handle.
The exterior of the bowl is completely covered with elaborate floral designs on richly colored grounds.
Made in Moscow between 1908 and 1917.
The kovsh is in a prestine condition.
Length 9 in. (22,6 cm). Weight 16,9 oz. (480 g).
Marked with 84 zolotnik silver standard (875 silver) and master’s initials ‘MC’ for Maria Semyenova.