Russian Silver

Russian silver has a specific tradition through form and quality - typical are the contrasts that are found in the works of art trough different techniques such as silver gilt surfaces decorated with Niello or Cloisonné. Niello refers to the blackness in the decoration produced from blending copper, silver, led and sulfur. The mixture is then pored into an engraved pattern. Cloisonné is more of a colurful technique where one is adding the pattern on to the surface, making room for different colored enamel. The more colors used the better skilled maker. Silver workers were not expensive in Russia at the time which gave the opportunity to give the objects an extra fine finish. Please find your way to a bit of Russian history and tradition through the artistic silver objects in our theme action.

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    A Russian 18th century silver vodka cup, makers mark Alexei Kosinov, Moscow 1791.

    A Russian 18th century silver vodka cup, makers mark Alexei Kosinov, Moscow 1791.

    Length 7 cm, height 3,5 cm, weight 30 gram.

    Final bid 1 600 SEK
    Estimate
    1 500 SEK
    A Russian 19th century silver-gilt charka, mark of Jacob Wiberg, Moscow 1847.

    A Russian 19th century silver-gilt charka, mark of Jacob Wiberg, Moscow 1847.

    Length 18 cm, weight 210 grams.

    Final bid 18 501 SEK
    Estimate
    12 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century silver and niello beaker, marked Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow 1868.

    A Russian 19th century silver and niello beaker, marked Pavel Ovchinnikov, Moscow 1868.

    Height 10 cm, weight 145 grams.

    Final bid 5 700 SEK
    Estimate
    2 500 SEK
    Two Russian 19th century silver and niello beakers, marked Moscow.

    Two Russian 19th century silver and niello beakers, marked Moscow.

    Height 7 cm and 5,5 cm. Total weight 93 grams.

    Final bid 3 000 SEK
    Estimate
    1 500 SEK
    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver cream jug, mark of Jonas Auvin possibly, St. Petersburg 1837.

    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver cream jug, mark of Jonas Auvin possibly, St. Petersburg 1837.

    Length 15 cm, height 11 cm. Total weight 171 grams.

    Final bid 1 100 SEK
    Estimate
    2 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt and niello snuff-box, unidentified makers mark, Moscow 1884.

    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt and niello snuff-box, unidentified makers mark, Moscow 1884.

    Length 11 cm, weight 110 grams.

    Final bid 2 400 SEK
    Estimate
    3 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century silver straining spoon and a pair of sugar tongs, St. Petersburg 1893.

    A Russian 19th century silver straining spoon and a pair of sugar tongs, St. Petersburg 1893.

    Length 18 and 15 cm, total weight 120 grams.

    Final bid 1 100 SEK
    Estimate
    2 000 SEK
    Two similar silver-gilt champagne flutes, unidentified makers mark, Moscow 1843.

    Two similar silver-gilt champagne flutes, unidentified makers mark, Moscow 1843.

    Niello. Height 18 cm. Weight 262 grams.

    Final bid 9 001 SEK
    Estimate
    8 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century silver sugar bowl, unidentified makers mark, St. Petersburg 1871.

    A Russian 19th century silver sugar bowl, unidentified makers mark, St. Petersburg 1871.

    Diameter 11 cm, weight 215 grams.

    Final bid 1 500 SEK
    Estimate
    3 000 SEK
    A silver filigree tea caddy, Moscow 10th century.

    A silver filigree tea caddy, Moscow 10th century.

    Height 9 cm, weigth 129 grams.

    Final bid 4 700 SEK
    Estimate
    4 000 SEK
    Two Russian 18th century parcel-gilt silver charkas, unidentified makers marks, Moscow.

    Two Russian 18th century parcel-gilt silver charkas, unidentified makers marks, Moscow.

    Height 5 and 3,5 cm, diameter 6 and 5 cm, weight 40 and 24 grams.

    Final bid 2 600 SEK
    Estimate
    4 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver and niello snuff box, mark possibly of Fyedor Maksomov, Moscow.

    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver and niello snuff box, mark possibly of Fyedor Maksomov, Moscow.

    Length 7,5 cm, weight 80 grams.

    Final bid 2 600 SEK
    Estimate
    2 000 SEK
    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt tea-pot, unidentified makers mark, St. Petersburg.

    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt tea-pot, unidentified makers mark, St. Petersburg.

    Height 10,5 cm, length 22 cm, weight 467 grams.

    Final bid 4 100 SEK
    Estimate
    4 000 SEK
    a niello silver belt, Russia 1908-1917.

    a niello silver belt, Russia 1908-1917.

    Length 72 cm. Weight 420 g.

    Final bid 4 700 SEK
    Estimate
    3 000 SEK
    A Russian early 19th century silver-gilt and niello plaque, possibly Moscow.

    A Russian early 19th century silver-gilt and niello plaque, possibly Moscow.

    From the lid of a snuff box. Inventorynr. Diameter 6,2 cm, weight 16 grams.

    Final bid 664 SEK
    Estimate
    2 000 SEK
    A Russian 18th century silver-gilt charka.

    A Russian 18th century silver-gilt charka.

    Height 4 cm, weight 50 grams.

    Final bid 6 200 SEK
    Estimate
    3 000 SEK
    A russian silver vodka cup, circa 1880.

    A russian silver vodka cup, circa 1880.

    Height 6 cm. Weight 34 grams.

    Final bid 2 599 SEK
    Estimate
    2 500 SEK
    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver mugg, mark of Mikhail Gratchev, St. Petersburg 1895. Imperial Warrant.

    A Russian 19th century parcel-gilt silver mugg, mark of Mikhail Gratchev, St. Petersburg 1895. Imperial Warrant.

    Height 5,5 cm, diam 7,5 cm, weight 156 grams.

    Final bid 3 800 SEK
    Estimate
    4 000 SEK
    A russian silver tumbler, 18th century.

    A russian silver tumbler, 18th century.

    5 cm diameter, weight 26 grams.

    Final bid 1 500 SEK
    Estimate
    3 000 SEK
    A Russian 18th century silver charka, unidentified makers mark, MOscow 1745.

    A Russian 18th century silver charka, unidentified makers mark, MOscow 1745.

    Height 3 cm, diameter 5 cm, weight 26 grams.

    Final bid 1 350 SEK
    Estimate
    2 000 SEK