A GROUP OF FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT SALTS
A GROUP OF FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT SALTS

VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS, ALL 19TH CENTURY

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A GROUP OF FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER AND SILVER-GILT SALTS
VARIOUS DATES AND MAKERS, ALL 19TH CENTURY
Comprising:- two throne salts, the larger parcel-gilt with Cyrillic inscription to seat, interior of seat engraved with cockerel roundel, back pierced with slats and beads, by Ivan Kulakov, Moscow, 1879; the smaller silver example with Pan-Slavic engraving, by the same maker, Mosciow, 1880; also two circular salts, the larger silver-gilt with Cyrillic inscription around sides, on tucked-in foot, by Alexander Fuld, Moscow, 1886; the smaller silver example similar but on three feet with gilt interior, Moscow, 1884
First item 2½ in. high (6.2 cm.)
11 oz. (341 gm.) (4)

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