a silver flatware serviceNemirov-Kolodkin, maker's mark cyrillic GK, Moscow, 1898-1908
Lot 171
A silver flatware serviceNemirov-Kolodkin, maker's mark Cyrillic GK, Moscow, 1898-1908
Sold for £8,640 (US$ 14,522) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
A silver flatware service
Nemirov-Kolodkin, maker's mark Cyrillic GK, Moscow, 1898-1908
comprising eighteen of each of the following: dinner knives, dinner forks, table spoons, dessert knives, dessert forks, dessert spoons, fruit knives; along with eleven teaspoons, and a parcel-gilt serving spoon, each handle in the Rococo taste, along with a large parcel-gilt ladle with shell motif and a fish slice by various makers, all pieces with engraved monogram; together with additional serving piece with foreign marks, 84 standard; contained in fitted case
length of largest piece: 35cm (13 1/2in).

Saleroom notices

  • Please note that the correct number of dessert forks is 17, not 18 as printed in the catalogue.
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