Lot 90
Property of Various Owners

Russian Silver 'Lord Hamilton' Commemorative Kovsh and a Silver Salt Cellar
Moscow, Circa 1880-1917
The first, cup-form with gilt interior and shaped handle, the exterior body inscribed in Cyrillic to Lord Hamilton in remembrance of his service aboard the Lieutenant Burakov, maker's mark in Cyrillic A.K; the second, a cauldron-form salt cellar raised on three ball feet, the body chased with three joined floral reserves on a diaper ground, maker's mark in Cyrillic H.I, assay mark in Cyrillic VP, date mark obscured.
Length of kovsh: 2-3/4 in (7 cm)
Total weight: 2.6 oz

Estimate $700-1,000


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