4th Nov, 2016 10:30

The Silver Auction

 
  Lot 552
 

LATE 19TH CENTURY RUSSIAN SILVER TEASPOON maker's mark 'BA', Moscow 1891, assay masters mark of Lev Fridrikhovitch Oleks, 84 Zolotniki, handle engraved with Russian style scrolling design, back of bowl engraved with a scene of The Kremlin, 11cm long; together with a late 19th/early 20th century Russian silver preserve spoon, maker's mark partially rubbed, 84 Zolotniki, with back of bowl engraved with strapwork design, twist handle with tear drop finial, 14.5cm long, an Edwardian silver vesta case, a late Victorian silver sugar sifter and a silver and enamel Christening spoon, with a scene of a girl with incy wincy spider, in a fitted case, approximately 125g in total (5)

 

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Sold for £90
Estimated at £80 - £120


 
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