SOLD! for $960.00.
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Eight (8) pieces Russian enamel and silver flatware plus one (1) Icon of St. George slaying a Dragon, 9 items total. 1st-6th items: Six boxed gilt silver and Russian enamel coffee spoons, each with twist handles ending in knob finials with blue enamel spear design, the backs of the bowls with red, purple and blue flower and leaf enameling. Marks for the firm of Semyonov, Moscow, 88 zolotniki. Spoons 4"L, wood case 1"H x 6"W x 5"D. 7th item: Russian gilt silver and enamel fork with cloisonne geometric and floral enameling below tines and at end of handle. Mark possibly for firm of Kurlykov, Moscow, with 84 zolotniki mark. AH monogram. 5 1/4"L. 8th item: Russian Silver gilt and enamel coffee or tea spoon, the bowl engraved "St. Petersbourg", the handle with geometric blue and rose enamel, stamped for firm of the Grachevs, St. Petersburg, 88 zolotniki, illegible assayer mark. 4 1/2"L. 9th item: Oil on panel religious icon with repousse silver riza, depicting St. George on horseback, slaying a dragon with a spear. Greek inscription engraved on either side of subject's head. Single small, illegible hallmark to upper edge. 7" H x 5 1/2" W. Provenance: The Estate of Celia (Cece) Webb, Nashville, TN. CONDITION: Wood case has some fraying to the silk interior. All silver/enamel items in very good condition with minimal wear. Icon: oxidation and shrinkage to wood panel including full crack visible on back, craquelure to paint with losses up to 1/8", wear and some warping to silver riza.