|Информация о лоте||229227 - Silver dining fork.|
Silver dining fork.
Russian Empire (Russia), Moscow, 1908-1917, workshop I.P. Khlebnikov.
Length: 20,5 cm.
Weight: 68 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).
"ИХ" - a mark with the initials of I.P. Khlebnikov, the owner of a jewelry company, Supplier of the Grand Dukes Konstantin Nikolaevich (from 1872), Vladimir Alexandrovich (from 1877) and the Imperial Court (from 1881).
After I.P. Khlebnikov`s death the business was carried on by his sons: Alexey, Mikhail, Nikolay and Vladimir.
The triple Russian hallmark in a oval frame-shape, 1899-1908 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the left" with number "84" and letters "ИЛ", where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the left" – the national hallmark;
"ИЛ" - the initials of the assay master Lebedkin Ivan Sergeevich (Moscow, appointed in 1899).
"84" – the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).