Antique Russian Imperial Silver Chinoiserie Tea Caddy Gustav Klingert Moscow 1894
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Gustav Klingert worked as a master for Karl Faberge before opening his own Moscow factory/workshop in 1865. He exhibited widely, Paris, New York, Chicago & London. He exported his wares to the United States through Tiffany & Co and his work rivalled that of the very finest Russian makers, Klingert received the Imperial warrant in 1896.
This very fine tea caddy is engraved in the Chinoiserie taste, each side having an engraved panel with Chinese inspired scenes. The caddy is marked in four places, the cap, neck, interior stopper & also to the base, stamped for Moscow 1894 with the assayer's mark for Alexander Vasilyevich and the Latin G.K. stamp for Gustav Klingert. Condition is excellent and the silver weight is 422 grams.
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