Russian Imperial cloisonne enamel huge spoon made by Feodor Ruckert ,who used to work for Faberge.
Feodor Ruckert owned a shop in Moscow (1887-1917) and very often made enamel items for Fabergé. He was famous for producing the most expensive and beautiful enamel in Russian traditional style. Ruckert was always the best when it came to enamel. Giant Russian gilded silver and multicolor cloisonne enamel serving spoon made in Moscow. The reverse of the bowl decorated within a scrolling and turquoise pellet borderand both sides of the flat handle decorated with brightly colored cloisonne stylized scrolling foliage within geometric borders against gilded grounds.
Marked with the 88 silver standard and "FR" for Feodor Ruckert, Moscow 1908-1917.Spoon bowl: 4 1/4" x 2 5/8" Length spoon: 10.0" or 25 cm. Weight: 6.0 oz or 170 gr.