Vases and other delights in cloisonné enamel by English firm Elkington & Company. Made a lot of silverplate too but I like these best. 1870’s.

Vase. 1876.
Vase. 1876. Cloisonné enamel on gilt metal. Image © Victoria and Albert Museum, London 2017. Fair use license. via http://collections.vam.ac.uk/item/O77665/vase-elkington-co/
Pair of vases with birds. Undated.
Pair of vases with birds. Model #312. Undated. Cloisonné enamel. Albert Auguste Adolphe Wilms, designer for Elkington. Image © 2019 Bidsquare Inc. Fair use license. via https://www.bidsquare.com/online-auctions/woolley-wallis/a-pair-of-elkington-cloisonne-enamel-vases-by-albert-auguste-adolphe-wilms-model-no-312-tapering-c-321152
Vase. 1876.
Vase. 1876. Cloisonné enamel gilt brass. Image © 2019 Sothebys. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2017/the-art-of-the-table-n09614/lot.257.html

Jewels of the heart that dance right in . . . wondrous designs by Russian artist Viktor Alexandrovich Hartmann 1834-1873). Perished at a tragically young age so this is (almost) all there is and there isn’t any more.

Cup.
Cup.
Clock.
Clock.
Candelabra.
Candelabra.
Mirror.
Mirror.
Lustre.
Lustre.
Ornament.
Ornament.

All are in the public domain due to age. Many can be found in various places around the internet but I found them here: https://tatasoz.livejournal.com/2657941.html. Where you can also see some of his lovely building images.