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Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov     Order Form     Request more information
Reference: S1449
Period: Victorian
Year: 1862
Silversmith: Sazikov
Place: Moscow
Price: $ 900.00
Weight: 231 grams
Dimensions: 14.0 cm
Condition: Excellent.

Description: A set of 8 Fiddle pattern Russian silver teaspoons, with engraved contempory initial W, by the famous maker Sazikov. The spoons are of exceptional quality, and are in excellent condition, with perfectly preserved tips, and no scratches or dents at all. Sazikov was founded in 1793 by Pavel Sazikov, they received the Imperial warrant in 1846, meaning they were one of a few select firms chosen to supply the Russian Imperial family. All 8 teaspoons carry the Imperial Warrant double headed eagle hallmark, which is well struck. Sazikov produced very high quality silver until the Russian revolution of 1917, the firm being run first by Pavel's son Ignaty, later by Ignaty's sons Pavel and Sergei (Watts, Russian Silversmiths Hallmarks, pg 27). The hallmarks are very clear, and in addition to the Imperial eagle include Sazikov makers mark in Cyrillic, assay masters mark B.C. for Victor Savinkov, date letter 1862, standard mark 84 (zolotniks) and city mark for Moscow (St George killing dragon).
Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov
Russian Silver Teaspoons - Sazikov

Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov
Sazikov silver

Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov
Initials W

Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov
Russian Silver Hallmarks - Imperial Eagle

Russian Silver Teaspoons (set of 8) - Sazikov
Sazikov hallmark

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