24 - 25 January 2007
This lot is offered without a reserve
A RUSSIAN SILVER TRAY
MARK OF IVAN SALT'KOV, MOSCOW, 1896-1908
Oval with reeded border and two scroll handles, the centre engraved with Greek Royal arms within foliage mantling, the field further engraved with Greek inscription, marked on the reverse and on handles
23 in. (59 cm.) diam.
40 oz. (1,250 gr.)
The inscriptions read 'The Greatest King of the Greeks' and 'The Greek Community of Borzon August 1901'
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