Russian silver gilt and enamel vodka shot, Moscow, maker's initials BA.
This beautiful cup is 1 7/8" tall, 1 1/2" in diameter and weighs 42 grams or 1.35 ozs Troy. The cup is inscribed on the bottom of the cup with Cyrillic, the inscription is partly worn: In memory of Lusdorf MI, July 3rd 1925.
The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing. The excellent original condition and clear, crisp detail, with no removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.
Russian 84 standard silver presentation goblet bearing the inscription: Presented to Mr. Joseph Brown by the workmen at the Malo-Vishersky Station of the St. Petersburg -Moscow railway as a token of respect. 14 August 1864. This elegant, historically interesting goblet has a large, tapered body with allover , nicely detailed engraving featuring floral, foliate and scrollwork decorations surrounding scenic river views. The goblet sits upon a stepped, circular foot, with the above described inscription. This special presentation goblet is in excellent original condition, with no repairs, removals or alterations. Dimensions: Weight 6.7 ozs Troy Diameter 3 ½ " Height 6 " Maker & Marks: Maker's mark rubbed Assayed in Moscow 1852 Andrei Antonovich Kovalsky 84 Standard Mark cancelled to indicate export. Moscow City Mark.
Russian Art Nouveau trencher salt dish 84 Standard Silver, Moscow, c.1910.
This beautiful dish is 2 1/8" in diameter, the dish sits on three ball feet, it weighs 33 grams.
The soft, warm, original finish is present, with no buffing or machine polishing.
The excellent original condition and clear detail, with no monograms or removals, repairs or alterations, make this an especially attractive offering.