TWO ENAMEL AND SILVER SERVING SPOONS, A KOVSHIK AND A VODKA CUP

the first probably Moscow, circa 1900, maker's mark Cyrillic VEK; Moscow, circa 1900; marked Ilya Kuzmin, St. Petersburg, circa 1880; marked Gratchev, St. Petersburg, circa 1880

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The reverse of one spoon enamelled with a scene of a aacha in the woods; the other of champleve enamel pometric design, with Cyrillic inscription on border enamel worn); the kovshik of similar champleve enamel Resign and openwork handle; the vodka cup with vari-color scrolling foliage.