A PARCEL-GILT TEA GLASS HOLDER AND A TEASPOON

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THE TEA GLASS HOLDER, MARK OF ALEKSANDR SOKOLOV, ST PETERSBURG, 1871; THE TEASPOON, MARK OF FREDRIK FRESEN, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1850-1860S

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A PARCEL-GILT TEA GLASS HOLDER AND A TEASPOON
THE TEA GLASS HOLDER, MARK OF ALEKSANDR SOKOLOV, ST PETERSBURG, 1871; THE TEASPOON, MARK OF FREDRIK FRESEN, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1850-1860s
The tea glass holder of hexagonal shape, cast and chased as a traditional izba, applied with figures of peasant men and women, the handle shaped as a tree trunk with scrolling leaves, on three feet shaped as tree roots, with a later glass, marked under base; the teaspoon with ovoid bowl, the octagonal stem with shaped finial cast and chased as a dancing peasant, marked on stem, also with import marks
The tea glass holder 4 7/8 in. (12.4 cm.) high; the teaspoon 6¾ in. (7.1 cm.) long
15.89 oz. (494.3 gr.)