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UNUSUAL RARE RUSSIAN ANTIQUE SILVER SPOON SET in BOX, 1913 For Sale


UNUSUAL RARE RUSSIAN ANTIQUE SILVER SPOON SET in BOX, 1913


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UNUSUAL RARE RUSSIAN ANTIQUE SILVER SPOON SET in BOX, 1913:
$1,950

UNUSUAL RUSSIAN ANTIQUE SILVER SPOON SET in BOX, 1913
Antique Russian 84 Silver Spoon Set (6) in Box. Made by Arno Jewellery in Sankt Petersburg. Each spoon marked - please see the images. From real old collection! Please note: last image is for sample only. CONDITION: The item is described to the best of our knowledge. Box needs to repair. Please refer to pictures and email with any questions. SIZE: 3.75 x 2.5 inches. ESTIMATE PRICE: $1,500 - $2,000. You have a GREAT CHANCE to purchase a unique item for your collection - over the years it will only INCREASE in price. HISTORY of SALES: A few years ago Russian six silver spoons (not in a box) were sold on Live saleeer for $1550 and $2250, in box - for $3250 - please see the screenshots. OFFER: If an item is NOT SOLD, you can still give us a reasonable offer - please save the link of this page.

PAY in PARTS: You can pay for any item during 2-3 months. Just make a deposit 10% and the item will wait for you. SHIPPING: Combined shipping is available - next item will be ONE DOLLAR for shipping. NEW: Returning customers will have 50% DISCOUNT on shipping. WIKIPEDIA: A silversmith is a metalworker who crafts objects from silver. The terms silversmith and goldsmith are not exactly synonyms as the techniques, training, history, and guilds are or were largely the same but the end product may vary greatly as may the scale of objects created. In the ancient Near East the value of silver to gold being less, allowed a silversmith to produce objects and store these as stock. Ogden states that according to an edict written by Diocletian in 301 A.D., a silversmith was able to charge 75, 100, 150, 200, 250, or 300 denarii for material produce (per Roman pound). At that time, guilds of silversmiths formed to arbitrate disputes, protect its members' welfare and educate the public of the trade. Silversmiths in medieval Europe and England formed guilds and transmitted their tools and techniques to new generations via the apprentice tradition. Silver working guilds often maintained consistency and upheld standards at the expense of innovation. Beginning in the 17th century, artisans emigrated to America and experienced fewer restrictions. As a result, silver working was one of the trades that helped to inaugurate the Technological and industrial history of the United States Silver-working shift to industrialization in America.
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