More Russian glitter to make the entire planet sparkle from Fabergé.Odds and ends in gilded silver and cloisonné enamel from the websites of various auction houses.

Small bratina. ca. 1895.
Small bratina. ca. 1895. Russian. Gilded silver and cloisonné enamel. Michael Perchin, chief workmaster for Fabergé. Original scratched Fabergé inventory number 57994. Sold by Sotheby’s in 1993. Image © 2019 John Atzbach Antiques. Fair use license. via http://atzbach.com/product/a-rare-faberge-perchin-cloisonne-enamel-bratina/
Kovsh in the design of a dragon. 1908-1917. Made in Moscow.
Kovsh in the design of a dragon. 1908-1917. Made in Moscow. Silver gilt and Cloisonné enamel. Feodor Rückert, workmaster for Fabergé. Marked in “K. Fabergé” with the Imperial Warrant in incuse lettering. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2835B/lots/1077
Napkin rings. 1908-1917.
Napkin rings. 1908-1917. Gilded silver and enamel. Feodor Ruckert, workmaster for Fabergé. Ruckert mark overstruck with Faberge mark to interior. Image © 1999 – 2019 SKINNER, INC. Fair use license. via https://www.skinnerinc.com/auctions/2645B/lots/387
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Watercolors of rooms in the New Hermitage, Saint Petersburg from back when it was new. Russian. Various watercolorists. In the collections of the Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. Formerly in the personal collections of the tsar.

"The Room of Manuscripts." 1855.
“The Room of Manuscripts.” 1855. Russian. Watercolor on paper. Konstantin Ukhtomsky, artist (1818-1881). Image © 1998 – 2019 The State Hermitage Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/02.%20drawings/288986/!ut/p/z1/jZDLTsMwEEV_hS6yxJ44ceJ2ZxmJUlqCKh7GG5SW1DFK4sgJtcTXYyE2IAid3Uj3cWaw
"Room of Russian Sculpture."
“Room of Russian Sculpture.” 1854. Watercolor and paper. Luigi Premazzi, artist (1814-1891). Image © Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. Fair use license. via http://desharel.blogspot.com/2018/12/vi.html
Interior of the sculpture gallery. 1854.
Interior of the sculpture gallery. 1854. Watercolor. Konstantin Ukhtomsky, artist (1818-1881). Image © Hermitage Museum, Saint Petersburg. Fair use license. via https://endlesspaintings.blogspot.com/2014/10/interiors-of-new-hermitage-room-of-sculpture-konstantin-andreyevich-ukhtomsky.html

Imperial Russian punch bowls with a wine cistern that snuck in somehow. Maybe they just emptied the vodka into it and called it punch . . .who can tell. . .

Punch bowl set. ca. 1900.
Punch bowl set. ca. 1900. Made in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Silver and silver-gilt. Makers mark: Imperial Warrant mark of Grachev Brothers. Assay master’s mark: Cyrillic initials Ya.L. of Yakov Lyapunov. Assay mark of Saint Petersburg, 1899-1903. Grachev Brothers, maker. Image © 2019 Ruzhnikov. Fair use license. via https://www.ruzhnikov.com/russian-european-silver/russian-imperial-silver-gilt-punch-set/
Punch service. 1896.
Punch service. 1896. Made in Moscow, Russia. Silver-gilt and polychrome cloisonné enamel. Ovchinnikov, maker. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2015/russian-works-art-faberge-icons-l15113/lot.261.html
Presentation punch service. 1874-1875.
Presentation punch service. 1874-1875. Made in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Silver and silver-gilt. Presented to Captain Joseph Wiggins by the Imperial Russian Naval Ministry in 1894. Sazikov, maker. Image © Bonhams 2001-2019. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22586/lot/92/?category=list
Monumental wine cistern and stand. ca. 1890.
Monumental wine cistern and stand. ca. 1890. Saint Petersburg. Silver and silver-gilt. Bowl, liner and stand Made by Sazikov after a design by August Karl Spiess, St. Petersburg, circa 1890 bowl, liner, and stand. Ornamented with putti. Raised rim of the base engraved in Cyrillic “Work of Sazikov. Model [by] A.K. Spiess.” Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2013/russian-works-of-art-and-silver-n08981/lot.96.html

Rooms in the dacha at Peterhof just waiting for a grand duchess to walk in the door. 1850’s. Russian. Watercolors by Luigi Premazzi, artist (1814-1891).

Bathroom in the Dacha. Peterhof. 1852. Watercolor.
Bathroom in the Dacha. Peterhof. 1852. Watercolor. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.kunst-fuer-alle.de/deutsch/kunst/kuenstler/kunstdruck/luigi-premazzi/8787/1/138168/datscha/index.htm
Interior, Peterhof dacha. 19th c.
Interior, Peterhof dacha. 19th c. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.kunst-fuer-alle.de/english/fine-art/artist/image/luigi-premazzi/8787/1/138173/datscha/index.htm
Interior, Peterhof dacha. 1852.
Interior, Peterhof dacha. 1852. In the public domain due to age. via https://www.kunst-fuer-alle.de/deutsch/kunst/kuenstler/kunstdruck/luigi-premazzi/8787/1/140168/datscha/index.htm

Two rooms and a winter garden in the New Hermitage, Saint Petersburg, Russia. From the Edward Hau album of watercolors entitled “Interiors of the New Hermitage” which dates from the decade after the early 1850’s when it was built.

"The Room of Cameos" from the series "Interiors of the New Hermitage."
“The Room of Cameos” from the series “Interiors of the New Hermitage.” 1854. Watercolor on paper. Edward Hau, artist (1807-1887). Image © 1998 – 2019 The State Hermitage Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/02.%20Drawings/288967/!ut/p/z1/jZDBTsMwDIZfhR16JHHTps24RZnEGBtF04CQC-qmri1qkyoNi8TTExAXEBR8s_
"The Empress's Cabinet," from the series "Interiors of the New Hermitage." 1856.
“The Empress’s Cabinet,” from the series “Interiors of the New Hermitage.” 1856. Watercolor on paper. Edward Hau, artist (1807-1887). Image © 1998 – 2019 The State Hermitage Museum. Fair use license. via https://www.hermitagemuseum.org/wps/portal/hermitage/digital-collection/02.%20Drawings/288969/!ut/p/z1/jZBRT4MwEMe_invg0fYoFMremi5xzs2aZbraF8MWBhhoScGR-OmtxheNovd2ye_-97vDGiusTX6uy3yorckb3z_q5ElynoSRgJUUdAFc
"The Winter Garden," " from the series "Interiors of the New Hermitage." 1865.
“The Winter Garden,” ” from the series “Interiors of the New Hermitage.” 1865. Watercolor on paper. Edward Hau, artist (1807-1887). Collection of the Hermitage Museum. In the public domain in the United States because the artist has been dead over 70 years. via https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Datei:Hau._Interiors_of_the_Small_Hermitage._The_Winter_Garden._1865.jpg

Things to spruce up the house before your mother in law comes. Russian. Where the money was . . . Images from an old auction catalog belonging to Paris auction house Coutau-Bégarie.

Egg-shaped table salveron.
Egg-shaped table salveron. Vermeil with polychrome cloisonné enamel. Maker not known. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2121137&np=&lng=&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=
Caviar spoon. Before 1899.
Caviar spoon. Before 1899. Made in Moscow. Vermeil with cloisonné polychrome enamel. decor. Goldsmith hallmark: illegible. Hallmark title: 84. Image © Coutau-Bégarie, Paris. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2121138&np=&lng=&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=
Round box. 1890.
Round box. 1890. Moscow. Vermeil and cloisonné polychrome enamel in a floral motif alternating with arabesques. Maison Klingert, maker. Goldsmith hallmark: Gustave Klingert. Image © Coutau-Bégarie, Paris. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2121140&np=&lng=&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=
Six caviar spoons. 1899-1908.
Six caviar spoons. 1899-1908. Vermeil with cloisonné polychrome enamel, decorated with arabesques. House of Sazikoff, maker. Goldsmith hallmark: Paul Fedorovich Sazikoff. Image © Coutau-Bégarie, Paris. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2121144&np=&lng=&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=
Matchstick case. 1899-1908.
Matchstick case. 1899-1908. Made in Moscow. Center flower surrounded by arabesques and foliage. Gold with polychrome enamel. Maison Klingert, maker. Goldsmith hallmark: Gustave Klingert. Image © Coutau-Bégarie. Fair use license. via http://www.coutaubegarie.com/html/fiche.jsp?id=2121147&np=&lng=&npp=150&ordre=&aff=&r=

Imperial Russian preciousness by Ivan Britzin. Born near Moscow he had a workshop in Saint Petersburg. Competitor of Fabergé. All of these in a glowing shade of red. Worked with other colors too, but I like these best.

Cigarette case. 1908-1917.
Cigarette case. 1908-1917. Gold-mounted gilded silver and guilloche enamel cigarette case. Image courtesy Jasper52 and © 2007-2018 LiveAuctioneers. Fair use license. via https://www.liveauctioneers.com/news/auctions/upcoming-auctions/treasures-imperial-russia-featured-jasper52-auction-dec-18/
Miniature egg pendant. 1908-1917.
Miniature egg pendant. 1908-1917. Burgundy red guilloche enamel. Marked on suspension ring the maker’s initials “ИБ”. Image ©1998-2019 RomanovRussia.com. Fair use license. via https://romanovrussia.com/antique/antique-russian-burgundy-red-guilloche-enamel-egg-pendant/
Charka. 1904-1908.
Charka. 1904-1908. Silver gilt, enamel and jewels. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/it/auctions/ecatalogue/2014/russian-works-art-faberge-icons-l14116/lot.415.html
Lipstick holder. 1908-1917.
Lipstick holder. 1908-1917. Gold and enamel with rose-cut diamonds. Scratched inventory number. Image © Bonhams 2001-2019. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/24666/lot/77/?category=list