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Russian niello silver snuff box, 84 zolotniki purity circa 1823, 8 cm wide, 75 grams approx.

A Russian silver set of 12 spoons by Nikolai Vladimirov, 1898-1917, St.Petersburg, in original fitted birchwood box, c1900.

A Russian 88 silver and enamel box, marked Faberge (AF). Attributed to Feodor Afanassiev, bearing his work masters stamp to base and underneath lid. Decorated with guilloche enamel, silver gilt embellishments, old cut diamonds, seed pearls and cabochon rub

A Russian silver and enamel oblong box with peacocks and butterflies by the firm of Khlebnikov, Moscow 1908/17. 9 x 8 x 2.5 cm, 260 grams

A Russian silver gilt and enamel miniature kovsh set with cabochon amethysts, garnets and citrines, maker's mark "WO", Kostroma, circa 1900. 9.5 cm long, 80 grams

A Russian silver gilt and champleve enamel spoon, St Petersburg, late 19th century. 10.5 cm long

Pair of Russian silver stands decorated with floral garlands (1 missing), 84 zolotnik purity, 28 cm high

Kornilov Brothers Russian late 19th century large dish painted with Oriental floral motifs. Condition good, minor wear to the gilt. Diameter 35 cm

A Russian enamel and silver gilt tea glass holder, first half of 20th century, 9.5 cm high

Russian green Guilloche enamel picture frame set with gilt detail on a leather hide frame. Condition good to fair, minor wear & losses to the enamelling. Dimensions 21.5 x 17.5 cm

Kransnogorsk Mechanical Factory (Russia): Konvas Kcp 1M 35mm movie camera kit. The kit with camera body, viewfinder, variable speed motor, three film magazines, cable, and 28mm(2), 35mm, 50mm, and 75mm lenses all in fitted carry case. Additionally, an unus

A Victorian silver-mounted pickle jar and associated fork, the jar probably Edward Durban & Co., Birmingham 1848; with Russian spoon. (2)

Russian silver Nicholas I ladle wityh a gilt wash bowl, 84 Zolotnik standard St Petersburg, 1844, maker Iff. Condition good, minor tarnishing. Length 35.5 cm. Weight 406g

Russian Imperial silver vodka cup 84 zolotnik purity, circa 1882, 6.5 cm high

Russian silver butter knife & strainer spoon 84 zolotniki purity, 104 grams approx

Three Russian silver tea strainers Moscow 20th century (3)

A Russian silver fancy Albert pattern tea strainer by Carl Seipel, St Petersburg 1849, assay master's mark of Dmitri Tvyersko, 19.5 cm long

A Russian silver floral tea strainer by Daniel Pragst St Petersburg, assay master's mark of Dmitri Tvyersko, 18 cm long

A Russian silver tea set by V.T. Sokolv Moscow, 1896/1908. The pot 17 cm high, 770grams total weight (3)

Two Russian silver tea strainers 1908-17, 15 & 11 cm (2)

A Russian silver cloisonne salt, of circular form with applied turquoise, blue and emerald green enamel, on three small bun feet. Russian assay marks

Russian silver niello beaker (in box) together with two small shot glasses

A set of three Russian Imperial porcelain factory plates from the Kremlin service, period of Nicholas I (1825-1855), each dessert plate centrally painted with double headed black Imperial eagle with Cyrillic title of Nicholas I bordered by interspersed red

A set of four Russian Imperial porcelain factory plates from the Kremlin service, St Petersburg, period of Nicholas I (1825-1855), circa 1837-1838, comprising a large serving dish and three dinner plates, each centrally painted with entwined foliate design

A pair of Russian fairy tale porcelain display plates, 1988 and 1990, the framed plates each decorated in the manner of Russian lacquer boxes and depicting traditional fairy tales by individual decorators including 'Ruslan and Ludmilla' by Gleb Lobimov and

A Russian silver, enamelled and gem set Kovsh, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917 bearing Cyrillic makers marks 'PeeK', the kovsh of cupped form with an applied Grecian key border, centrally mounted with a Russian silver coin, the triform thumb piece decorated with

Silver mounted cut crystal bowl with Russian silver control marks. Height 6.5 cm

Russian silver desk accessory finely modelled in the form of a humorous gentleman-looking bulldog smoking a cigar and wearing a monocle, marked L. Sazikov, 84 Zolotnik, St. Petersburg, 1886. Height 9 cm weight 461 g.

A Russian gilt silver enamel and cloisonne box, circa 1910. Of rectangular form, embellished with symmetrical scrolling floral and foliate designs, marks for Moscow Aii.

Russian silver cutlery set for six (1.1kg without the accompaning knives)

Russian bronze iron plaque with Russian inscription around the edge, attachment loops at each corner featuring a Russian Orthodox cross, lance at each side. Dimensions - 13.5 x 12.7 cm

Six Russian enamel and silver-gilt teaspoons. (6)