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Antique Russian Silver Beakers

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Stock: 9399

Date: 1744

Maker: Grigory Lakomkin

Country: Russia

A charming pair of antique silver beakers of tapering cylindrical form. The deep embossed and engraved decoration is very typical...

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Description

Description

A charming pair of antique silver beakers of tapering cylindrical form. The deep embossed and engraved decoration is very typical of Russian beakers of this period. Each beaker has two vignettes of a cherub and a cockerel, one beaker also with a crest and initials in old script.

Each contains 220 ml.

Total weight 149 grams, 4.7 troy ounces.

Height 8.5cm.

Diameter 7cm.

Russian silver marks for Moscow 1744.

1 beaker with assayer mark for Grigoriev Kuzma, 2nd beaker assayer mark for Postnikova

Russian 84 zolotnik (875 standard)

Condition

A rare pair of silver drinking cups in very good condition with no damage or restoration. Crisp relief. Marked underneath with a matching set of Russian silver marks.

Maker Information

Maker: Grigory Lakomkin

Grigory Lakomkin, Russian silver maker, active in Moscow 1736-69.

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