Russian gilded silver and enamel salt spoon, by Gustav Klingert, Moscow, late 19th century. The bowl is worked in a foliate design within a band of turquoise enamel pellets against a stipple gilded ground. The handle contains a geometric cobalt and turquoise enamel motif which terminates in an enameled crown shape finial. Marked with the 84 silver standard. Length: 3 ¾".
Some hallmarks seems to be stamped after the Russian Revolution. This is not uncommon. Sometimes, pieces were rehallmarked if they were being sold after the revolution or perhaps if they were exported.