Antique early-20th Century Imperial Russian solid silver gem set kovsh, handle and front applied with emerald and sapphire cabochons and the body chased with traditional Pan-Slavic decoration, inside part gilt.
Hallmarked Russian silver 84 (875 standard), Moscow, Assay master Ivan Lubedkin (1898-1914), Makers mark in Cyrillic for (Marshak, founded by Joseph Abramovich Marchak, a young talented jeweler (1878, Kiev), then Russia. Considered one of the great competitors of Faberge at the beginning of last century and sometimes called “The Cartier of Kiev”, the company employed 150 workers at the start of the Russian Revolution of 1917), Inventory number 738, French import mark (swan)
SIZE: Height: 8cm Width: 14 x 7.5cm Weight: 140g
A silver spoon is a scoop for sugar.
Spoon for sugar, stylized by Faberge masters as a birch bark scoop and remains faithful to the national color. The emphasized doneness and branding attest to the special importance of sugar and object.
Stigma: K. Faberge, KL, "84", assay master LO, Moscow coat of arms - George the Victorious on a horse, striking a dragon with a spear
Weight: 35 gr.
Openwork silver cup holder of the second Rococo with a glass, Carl Gustav Ekqvist, 1851. From the base of the cup holder, ivy grows an ornate shoot-handle. Its playful mood is transmitted to the glass inserted in the cupholder. The pink color of the glass suggests a more fun pastime than a tea ceremony.
Hallmarks: "84", letters "CGE" corresponding to silver cases to the master Carl Gustav Ekqvist, assay mark 1851 poorly readable initials of the assay master. Total weight: 190 gr. N-10.5cm.
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