Spoon (1) - .875 (84 Zolotniki) silver, and niello - Stepan Levin - Russia - Late 19th century

Description
Spoon (1) - .875 (84 Zolotniki) silver, and niello - Stepan Levin - Russia - Late 19th century
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes - 34 g

Imperial Russian silver and niello large serving spoon with Spasskaya Tower, translated as 'Saviour Tower'.
The main tower on the eastern wall of the Moscow Kremlin which overlooks Red Square.

Dimensions: 22,5 cm long
Weight: 34 g

Hallmarks:
Fineness mark 84
Kokoshnik mark with a female head (used from 1899-1908) together with the initials of the assay master ИЛ (cyrillic) for Ivan Lebedkin - active from 1899
Workmaster: СКЛ (cyrillic) for Stepan Levin -active in Moscow from 1875

Provenance: German auctionhouse

Smaller spoon is not included. (Just to show dimensions)

Lot details
No. of items
1
Object
Spoon
Material
.875 (84 Zolotniki) silver, and niello
Designer/ Artist
Stepan Levin
Estimated Period
Late 19th century
Country of Origin
Russia
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
Weight
34 g
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