Two Pieces of Russian Silver Tableware, a beaker with eagles perched on rocaille scrolls, Moscow, c. 1787, maker's marks in Cyrillic "AA/K" probably for Alderman Alekseì Kosiùrev, also marked "C·C" possibly for S. Savel'yev and assay mark for Andreì Titov, ht. 3 3/8, and a spoon with engraved crucifix, shallow bowl, and cruciform terminal, marked for Moscow, c. 1739, possible maker's mark "EA," and assayer's mark "AS," lg. approx. 4.6 troy oz. total.
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