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224279 - Серебряный чайник. Россия, 1880-е - 1899 гг.
195952 - Серебряное ситечко. Россия, 1899 - 1916 гг.
239541 - Серебряные щипцы для сахара. Россия, 1899 - 1916 гг.
254711 - Серебряные сахарница и молочник. Россия, 1899-1903 гг.
292113 - Серебряная ваза с перекидной ручкой. Россия, 1909 -1917 гг.
206778 - Чайник, Российская империя (Россия), 512 гр, 84 пр



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224279 - Серебряный чайник. Россия, 1880-е - 1899 гг.


Silver tea pot.
Equipped with a filter ring (the previous one was lost due to the venerable age of the product).

Russian Empire (Russia), St. Petersburg, the 1880s - 1899.

Height of the teapot on the grip on the lid: 17 cm. Volume: 600 ml.
Weight: 612 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"EI" - the mark with initials of a silversmith.

At the bottom of the teapot there are Russian hallmarks until 1899, where:
there is an imprint from a yearbook with the assaymaster's initials worn out and the year of hallmarking;
"84" – the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875);
"two anchors, laid crosswise and scepter" - the Petersburg city mark.

On the lid of the teapot there is a two-digit Russian hallmark of the 1880s - 1899. -
"two anchors laid crosswise with the number 84".

"The the women’s head" in a circle frame-shape - an auxiliary mark, certifying that the details of this item are
made of the declared silver fineness.


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195952 - Серебряное ситечко. Россия, 1899 - 1916 гг.


Silver strainer.

Russian Empire (Russia), St. Petersburg, the 1899 - 1916, workshop of Karl Karlovich Sederstrem.

The product was made in the workshop of Sederstrem Karl Karlovich and
tested with hallmarks of 1899-1908, then the product came to Gordon as a seller,
and he put his brand upon it.

Length: 17 cm, scoop size: 5.5 x 5 cm.
Weight: 56 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"KS" - a mark with the initials of Sederstrem Karl Karlovich, mentioned in 1874, in 1900
his belongings were delivered to the Court of His Imperial Majesty.

"V. Gordon" - hallmarks of the outstanding silversmith Vladimir Alekseevich Gordon,
worked on orders from Faberge and Bolin. Merchant, trade in jewelry, gold and silver
products at the address: B. Gostiny Dvor, Mirror Line, 40; mentioned in 1909, 1913-1916.

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 "АР", where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the left" – the national hallmark;
"АР" - the initials of the assay master Anton Vasilyevich Richter (St-Petersburg, worked since 1898 to 1903);
"84" – the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).
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239541 - Серебряные щипцы для сахара. Россия, 1899 - 1916 гг.


Silver sugar tongs.

Russian Empire (Russia), St. Petersburg, the 1899 - 1916, workshop of Karl Karlovich Sederstrem.

The product was made in the workshop of Sederstrem Karl Karlovich and
tested with hallmarks of 1899-1908, then the product came to Gordon as a seller,
and he put his brand upon it.

Length: 14.5 cm.
Weight: 63 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"KS" - a mark with the initials of Sederstrem Karl Karlovich, mentioned in 1874, in 1900
his belongings were delivered to the Court of His Imperial Majesty.

"V. Gordon" - hallmarks of the outstanding silversmith Vladimir Alekseevich Gordon,
worked on orders from Faberge and Bolin. Merchant, trade in jewelry, gold and silver
products at the address: B. Gostiny Dvor, Mirror Line, 40; mentioned in 1909, 1913-1916.

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 "АР", where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the left" – the national hallmark;
"АР" - the initials of the assay master Anton Vasilyevich Richter (St-Petersburg, worked since 1898 to 1903);
"84" – the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).
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254711 - Серебряные сахарница и молочник. Россия, 1899-1903 гг.


Silver sugar bowl and creamer (milk jug)​.

Russian Empire (Russia), St. Petersburg, the 1899-1903.

Height of the sugar bowl on the grip on the lid: 14 cm, diameter of the top: 6.7 cm.
Height of the creamer to the spout: 8 cm, volume: 200 ml.

Total weight: 617 grams, silver of 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"P.L" - the mark with initials of a silversmith.

Triple Russian hallmark in the oval 1899-1908 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the left" with number 84 and letters "ЯЛ", where:
"the women’s head facing to the left" - national hallmark;
"ЯЛ" - the initials of the assay master Yakov Nikolayevich Lyapunov (worked since 1898 to 1903);
"84" – fineness mark (84 fineness in zolotniki = 875 metrical fineness).

"The the women’s head" in a circle frame-shape - an auxiliary mark, certifying that the details of this item are
made of the declared silver fineness.
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292113 - Серебряная ваза с перекидной ручкой. Россия, 1909 -1917 гг.


Silver biscuit bowl or bowl with flip handle.

Russian Empire (Russia), St. Petersburg, the 1909 -1917,
workshop of Vladimir Alekseevich Gordon.

Bowl size: length: 24.5 cm, width: 18 cm, height: 6 cm.
Height with raised handle: 19.5 cm.

Weight: 702 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"V. Gordon" and "СП" - hallmarks of the outstanding silversmith Vladimir Alekseevich Gordon,
worked on orders from Faberge and Bolin. Merchant, trade in jewelry, gold and silver
products at the address: B. Gostiny Dvor, Mirror Line, 40; mentioned in 1909, 1913-1916.

The triple Russian-Soviet hallmark in a oval frame-shape, 1908-1926 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" with number 84 and letter "α" (alpha), where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" – the national hallmark;
"α" (alpha) - code of the St. Petersburg Assaying Office .
"84" - the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).

"The the women’s head" in a circle frame-shape - an auxiliary mark, certifying that the details of this item are
made of the declared silver fineness.


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206778 - Чайник, Российская империя (Россия), 512 гр, 84 пр


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