1 - 2 October 2013
This lot is offered without a reserve
FOUR RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISONNE ENAMEL SERVING SPOONS,
VARIOUS MARKS, LATE 19TH-EARLY 20TH CENTURY,
marked '88' comprising a large spoon with spiral handle, marked Liubavin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890; marked '84' comprising a spoon with flat shaped handle, marked Gustav Klingert, Moscow, circa 1890; a spoon with oval shaped bowl and spiral handle, city mark indistinct, 19th Century, maker's mark Cyrillic 'VA'; and a spoon with oval shaped bowl and shaped enamel handle, city mark indistinct, 1899-1908, maker's mark Cyrillic 'IIA'
The first, the largest, 7½in. (19cm.) long (4)
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