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Vintage Russian silver tankard, marked 84 to base. Embossed decoration of troika and horseman, with embossed house to other side. Height 11 cm Wt. 250grams

Three items of Russian .875 silver two miniature beakers and a compact; and a small Hungarian .800 silver pin dish, 1908-1922 Kiev, with second Kokoshnik mark and maker's stamps for Israel Eseevich Zakhoder, two small bright cut beakers; a shell shaped

A Russian silver tea cup holder by Ovchinnikov, Moscow circa 1850, Assay Master's mark of Andrei Kovalsky, raised on four cast horse feet, embossed with a panel of a troika, 8.5 cm high, 295 grams

Set of five Imperial Russian silver vodka cups and one smaller one, marked OC 1896, 84, Warsaw and another, approx 115g (6)

A rare Russian silver tankard having gold wash interior, 13 cm high

Russian Imperial silver basting spoon, hallmarked Moscow circa 1802-1818 (rubbed), assay master Ivan Ivanovich Vikhlyaev, 28.9 cm long, 129 grams

Four antique Russian silver spoons, 84 zolotnik purity, 13.4 cm - 15.6 cm long, 99 grams

Six Russian silver tea spoons, Victor Vasilyevich Savinsky, Moscow 1859-1894

Russian silver and enamel beaker, of cylindrical form, decorated with an enamel portrait of 'Edward VII and Queen Alexandra/ Crowned June 1902', height 7 cm

Russian carved stone bowl on silver mount, the mount stamped Faberge (in Russian) with Intaglio 84 womans head, what appears to be a backward R and n. Then there another stamp for H W, which is probably the mark for Henrik Wigstrom.

Russian silver 875 standard spoons comprising nine main spoons & six dessert spoons, with floral ribboned detail & starburst decoration. Monogrammed 'Ab'.

A Russian silver cup measure., of tapering cylindrical form with engraved 'Village' scene back and front. Additional scroll and foliate decoration. Russian hallmarks, circa 1860.

A hallmarked Russian silver Havdalah spice holder for Shabbat, the spice box set on a filigree silver base with inset turquoise roundel, Russian silver standard 84, dated 1873, Wt 47 g

A Russian hallmarked silver Havdalah spice holder for Shabbat, silver standard 84, dated 1896, Wt 60 g

A Russian hallmarked silver spice holder, hallmarked silver standard 84, dated 1873, Wt 78 g

Four antique silver soup spoons, to include 2 Russian Imperial silver hallmarked 1882 & 1894 and 2 others hallmarked London 1762 (Thomas Jackson) and 1839, 266 grams

Twenty one sterling and Continental silver forks, spoons, and ladles: English, Scottish, German, Dutch and Russian, 18th to early 20th century, eleven English Georgian, Victorian and later forks, single German and Dutch forks, small ladles from Sheffield a

A large 18th century Russian silver ladle marked to back, approx 31 cm long, 198g

Russian 875 Silver swing handle & cut crystal bowl marked MI, approx 12 cm dia

Set of six Imperial Russian silver coin spoons, with bacchanalian finials, marked 1874, Moscow, 84, BA, approx 15 cm long & 250g (6)

A four piece Russian silver tea and coffee service, Moscow /, the coffee pot 21.5 cm high, total weight 1596 gms silver

Russian silver double handled bowl, mark of Ivan Saltykov, Moscow, 1908-1926, engraved with floral decoration, hallmarked, approx. Weight 148 grams

A German.800 silver cup and a Russian.875 silver saucer, post 1886, Germany; and c.1908, with 84 zolotkniki and kokoshnik stamps, the bright cut saucer with Art Nouveau inspired iris and trailing foliage, the cup with differing foliage and a scrolled handl

Russian silver teapot having a tapered neck & round bellied body with ribbed detail. St Petersburg, 1881, maker Ivan Vonifatiyevich Yevstigneyev. Condition: good. Minor wear to the base, slightly loose handle. Height 19.5 cm. Weight 769g

Eight pieces of Russian silver flatware, 84 zolotnik purity (875), 400 grams approx

Russian Imperial silver strainer spoon, circa 1896-1908, 84 zolotnik purity (875), 15.5 cm long, 34 grams approx

Russian Imperial silver soup ladle, Moscow 1857, 84 zolotnik purity (875), 34 cm long, 300 grams approx

Russian Imperial silver cutlery set, assayed 1896, comprising of ornately engraved knife, fork and spoon 20.5 cm long, 132 grams (fork and spoon only)

Two Russian silver sugar nips, 84 zolotnik purity (875), circa 1896-1908 and circa 1915, 72 grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian silver basket, with pierced sides and geometric shaped handles, Moscow (maker BA), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 35.3 cm wide, 10.5 cm high, 697 grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian silver jug, Moscow (maker BA), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 9 cm high, 122 grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian silver bowl, Moscow, 84 zolotnik purity (875/1000), 17.8 cm wide, 8 cm high, 180 grams approx

Art Nouveau Russian silver bottle/decanter coaster, 84 zolotnik purity (875), Moscow (maker B.A.), 18.8 cm wide, 12.7 cm high, 329 grams approx, bottom rim out of shape

Art Nouveau Russian Imperial silver jug, Moscow circa 1908 (Aleksandr Krivovichev), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 10.2 cm high, 118 grams approx

Set of 6 Russian Imperial silver teaspoons, St. Petersburg 1857 (assay master A.M.), 15 cm long, 187 grams approx Provenance: Owners fled Russian circa 1917 and settled in Tientsin (Tianjin) China and became part owners of Talati House Hotel, which was fre

Six Russian Imperial silver teaspoons, comprising of 5 circa 1896-1908 (maker M.T.) and 1 St. Petersburg 1857, 15 cm long, 161 grams approx Provenance: Owners fled Russian circa 1917 and settled in Tientsin (Tianjin) China and became part owners of Talati

Set of 8 Russian Imperial silver soup spoons, St. Petersburg 1857 (assay master Eduvard/Eduard Fyodorovic Brandenburg), 22 cm long, 620 grams approx Provenance: Owners fled Russian circa 1917 and settled in Tientsin (Tianjin) China and became part owners o

Set of 11 Russian Imperial silver soup spoons, Moscow 1851 (assay master Andrey Antonovich Kovalsky), 22 cm long, 735 grams approx Provenance: Owners fled Russian circa 1917 and settled in Tientsin (Tianjin) China and became part owners of Talati House Hot

Twelve Russian Imperial silver forks, (main course) St. Petersburg 1857 (3 assayed by Eduvard/Eduard Fyodorovic Brandenburg and 9 by A.M.), 84 zolotnik purity (875), 20 cm long, 961 grams approx Provenance: Owners fled Russian circa 1917 and settled in Tie

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