SOLD! for $330.00.
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7 silver goblets and cups. 1st item: Russian silver goblet or kiddush cup, the bowl engraved with geometric panels containing alternating scenes of buildings and flowers, on a baluster stem with round foot. Mark for assayer Anatoly Apollonovich Artsybashev, Moscow, 1889. Illegible maker's mark. 2nd item: Small kiddush cup with engraved heart shaped cartouche on a tapering, cylindrical bowl; short baluster stem and rounded foot. Mark for maker Israel Eseevich Zakhoder (working Berdichev, Moscow and Kiev, circa 1851-1907), illegible Kokoshnik mark. Circa 1900. 3.95 oz combined weight (items 1 and 2). 3rd and 4th items: Two American goblets with flared rims, bowls with engraved serrated designs and simple cartouches, on baluster stems and round feet. Smaller one engraved KG. Both marked ENSCO Sterling. 4.31 oz troy combined weight (items 3 and 4). 5th through 8th items: 3 silver tumblers with various markings consistent with Northern European manufacture and .800 fineness. Tallest one engraved "Alice", shortest engraved HJK, other with engraved floral decoration and vacant monogram reserve. 6.47 oz troy combined weight (items 5-8). All 7 cups late 19th to early 20th century. Sizes range from 2"H to 6"H. Provenance: The Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: All with light wear to markings and/or decorations, scattered small dents, overall very good condition.