1 - 2 September 2009,
New York, Rockefeller Center
Price realised USD 15,000
Estimate USD 1,200 - USD 1,800
A GROUP OF RUSSIAN SILVER ENAMELED TABLE ARTICLES,
LATE 19TH EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
comprising a tea glass holder, mark of the 11th Artel, Moscow, 1908-1917, .875; a salt throne, maker's mark for Gustav Klingert, assayer's mark for Ivan Sergeevich Lebedkin, Moscow, 1896-1908, .875; and a large spoon, marked Liubavin, assayer's mark for Yakov Lyapunov, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908, .916
The spoon 7in. (18cm.) long, 11.5oz. approximate gross weight (3)
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This lot is offered without reserve.
Please note that the lot's correct gross weight is approximately 10oz., not 11.5oz as stated in the catalogue.
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