A Russian silver beaker, maker mark probably of Michael Tarasov, Moscow 1908-17,
Lot 94
A Russian silver beaker maker mark probably of Michael Tarasov, Moscow 1908-17
Sold for AU$ 1,464 (US$ 1,373) inc. premium
Lot Details
A Russian silver beaker
maker mark probably of Michael Tarasov, Moscow 1908-17
the tapering body embossed with Upyri,a mythical vampire, 12cm high, 4.8oz (150gms).
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