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Russian enamel is prized by collectors for its technical prowess and its aesthetic beauty.
Russian enamel may refer to one of several techniques: to champlevé or cloisonné enamel, where vitreous enamel is set within recessed cells or cells bounded by wire; to guilloché enamel, where transparent enamel is placed atop a tooled metal ground; or to plique-à-jour enamel, where translucent enamel is set within cells with no backing, allowing coloured light to pass through.
Mayfair Gallery’s exceptional collection of Russian enamel antiques contains magnificent beakers, kovches, salts, and tea and coffee services, all of which demonstrate the skill and beauty of the various enamelling techniques, often in combination with luxurious materials such as silver and gold.
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