One, with a twisted handle, the bowl champlevé enamelled with geometric motifs over a stippled ground, marked Khlebnikov with Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1887; the other, with a flat openwork handle enamelled with a cockerel, the bowl champlevé enamelled with geometric motifs, mark of Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow, circa 1890; the other, with a twisted handle, the circular bowl cloisonné enamelled with foliate motifs, engraved with French inscription, mark of the 11th Silver Artel, Moscow, 1908-1917; the others, each with a twisted enamelled handle, the oval bowl cloisonné enamelled with scrolling foliate motifs, maker's marks indistinct, Moscow, 1899-1908
The spoon by Khlebnikov, 714 in. (18.5 cm.) long, and smaller

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