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A Russian silver gilt and champleve enamel spoon, St Petersburg, late 19th century. 10.5 cm long

Two French champleve enamel ink stands and two antique French champleve enamel chamber sticks (4)

A cabochon stone inlaid, silver gilt and champleve enamel picture frame, possibly Russian, late 19th/20th century. 22 cm high

A champleve enamel lidded jar with lion dog finial and a cloisonne plate jar: 11 cm H, plate: 13 cm diameter

A Chinese champleve jardiniere with archaic style decoration. A Chinese champleve jardiniere with archaic style decoration. Diameter 33 cm. Together with another similarly decorated vase. Height 30 cm. (2)

A fine Russian silver gilt and enamel spoon, 1882-1889 Moscow, with combined city and 88 standard of period, and maker's mark for Ivan Khlebnikov, in the pan Slavic style, the reverse of the bowl decorated with a floral champleve enamel design in white, re

Champleve bronze vase, signed to base. Approx 30 cm high

Champleve enamelled and brass jardiniere, with bamboo border encircling body and green enamelled leaves. Height 16 cm. Diameter 20 cm

A Japanese champleve enamel and cast iron wine pot, 19th century, 19 cm high, 21 cm wide

A pair of champleve enamel porcelain and bronze mounted dishes, French, circa 1900 signed 24 cm wide

Fine pair of antique gilt bronze and champleve enamel mounted comports, 22.5 cm high (2) (no key but has pendulum)

A pair of French porcelain champleve enamel and gilt brass covered vases 19th century signed indistinctly ovoid each painted with a scene depicting strolling lovers the upper and lower sections of brass with foliate enamel decoration surmounted by domed co

A pair of French champleve enamel and porcelain vases 19th century signed indistinctly slender ovoid each having a porcelain body painted with a Baroque scene showing maidens and putti in a garden setting within raised gilt borders on a cobalt blue ground

A good pair of champleve enamel and gilt vases, French 19th century 26 cm high

A pair of Russian silver-gilt and champleve enamel spoons by Antip Kuzmickev, Made for Tiffany, New York

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