Silver & Bronze

Russian, Continental, American silver and bronze.

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  • Russian silver-gilt tankard, circa 1908. Hallmarked Moscow, maker mark 2A. (Second Moscow Artel). Size: H 6 3/4 in. (17.2 cm). Weight: 10.61 oz t (330g).

  • Russian silver-gilt and niello tea glass holder, late 19th century. Hallmarked Saint Petersburg, Imperial warrant and 84 standard (875/1000 silver), maker mark in Cyrillic B. F. (Vasilii Fedoroff). Size: 3 1/2 in (9 cm). Weight: 5.46 oz t (170g).

  • Russian silver tankard, 1900. Hallmarked Moscow, Imperial warrant and 84 standard (875/1000 silver), maker mark in Cyrillic (Ilia Shitinin). Size: H 7 3/4 in (9.6 cm). Weight: 13.5 oz t (420g).

  • Russian silver-gilt and niello tea glass holder. Hallmarked 1878, Moscow, 84 standard (875/1000 silver), silversmith B.G. Size: Length 3 in (7.5 cm). Weight: 6.4 oz (181g).

  • Beginning of the 18th century silver tankard with very rare Frederick IV, king of Norway and Denmark (1699-1730) medal, number 1704. Size: H 7 1/2 in (19 cm). Weight: 865g.

  • 1869, Russian, silver barrel shape tankard, scroll handle, hinged lid with crimped pie crust edge and scroll thumb piece. The tankard is gilt on inside. Hallmarks: Saint Petersburg, 84 standard (875/1000) silver, silver maker Pavel Sazikov. Size: H 14.5 cm (5 3/4 in).

  • $950.00

    19th century assorted Russian gilt-silver. Size: L 6 3/8 in (16 cm) strainer; L 5 7/8 in (15 cm) tongs; L 4 1/4 in (11 cm) scoop. Weight: 130g

    $950.00
  • Ca. 1920, Lithuanian, silver and cut glass tankard, glass handle, hinged domed lid with thumb piece, gilt on inside. Hallmarks: Lithuania, .875 silver, silversmith ‘LP’. Size: H 13.5 cm.

  • 1908-1926, Russian silver tea glass holder - podstakannik with a glass. Hallmarks: Moscow, 84 standard (875/1000) silver, silver maker Ivan Futikin. Size: H 4 1/8 in (10.5 cm). Weight: 145g

  • 1899-1908, Russian silver tea glass holder - podstakannik in Art Nouveau style with a glass. The engraving in Russian says: To remember from the officers of the 4th battalion of the Orenburg regiment, 1905-1908. Hallmarks: 1908-1914 Moscow, 84 standard (875/1000) silver, silver maker Pavel Amerikantsev. Size: H 4 1/2 in (11.5 cm) with handle. Weight: 155g.

  • 19th century, Russian silver tea glass holder - podstakannik with a red cut glass cup. The cylindrical body of a tea holder has an engraved decoration on one side. Hallmarks: Moscow, 84 standard (875/1000) silver, silver maker Vasili Semenov. Size: H 4 1/8 in (10.6 cm) with handle. Weight: 120g.

  • 1908-1914, Russian silver tea glass holder - podstakannik in Art Nouveau style with a glass. Engraving on the cylindrical body: 25 in Roman numerals, monogram - “NM”, bellow July 15, 1912. Hallmarks: 1908-1914 Moscow, 84 standard (875/1000) silver, silver maker Nikolai Zverev . Size: H 5 1/4 in (13.5 cm) with handle. Weight: 185g.

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