Russian Silver Tea Caddy Spoon. 84 Zoloniks with - Un-identified mark c1910
Russian Silver Tea Caddy Spoon. 84 Zoloniks with – Un-identified mark -(rAr) c 1910. The reverse of the bowl has an engraved leafy decoration. Measures 11cm and weighs 20g.
Pair Russian Silver Serving Spoons c1849 - 84 Zoloniks
Pair Russian Silver Serving Spoons c1849. 84 Zoloniks. Russian Assay Mark A.T. over 1849 – Dimitry Ilyich Tverskoi – St Petersburg 1834-1851. Each spoon has a coat of arms emblem on the handle. Each spoon measures 21.5cm and total weight is 132g.
Pair Russian Silver Kiddush Engraved Goblets - Moscow BC 84
Pair Russian Silver Kiddush Engraved Goblets – Moscow BC 84 from 1899. The First Kokodhnik Mark, Ivan Lebedkin Moscow from 1899. Each goblet measures 15.5cm x 4 cm. The pair of goblets weigh 128g. 84 Zoloniks = 875/1000.
Russian Silver 18 Pieces Matching Cutlery St.Petersburg 1880-1890
Russian Silver 18 Pieces Matching Cutlery St.Petersburg 1880-1890. Silversmith Sm. Khlebnikov. 6 Knives, 6 Forks, 6 Spoons. 84 Zoloniks = 875/1000. Each Knife weighs 94g and measures 25cm, Each Fork weighs 78g and measures 21cm, Each Spoon weighs 82g and measures 21cm.