Lot 3204
Group of Continental Silver Items
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
The first, a pair of Russian silver ice tongs, with 84 Kokoshnik mark and maker's mark of Ivan Andreyev (Moscow, late 19th early 20th century), stylized form, with engraved foliate decoration and monogram to handle (5 1/4 in.); the second, a German silver tea caddy, 13 lot mark (.812 standard), Nurnberg city mark, and date letter "X", circa 19th century, with repousse fruit and floral sprays, without a monogram; (4 in.) the last, an Austrian silver tumbler, Vienna, circa mid 19th century, rubbed maker's mark in a lozenge, engraved monogram to front (3 1/4 in.)

8.35 total troy oz.

Some separating at tip of ice tongs at each side and bending, tea caddy with scattered pitting.