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Antique Russian Silver and Niello Serving Spoon with View of the Moscow Kremlin


A Russian silver and niello serving spoon, Moscow, 1899-1908. The back of the bowl with a view of the Moscow Kremlin with the Grand Kremlin Palace, with spiral twist stem and mitre finial. With Cyrillic maker's mark SMM or SMI of an unidentified silversmith. Length: 7 3/4 in. (19.6 cm).


  • Creator
    Master SMM or SMI
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  • Dimensions

    D 7.75 in. x L 7.75 in.

    D 19.69 cm x L 19.69 cm

  • Length
    7.75 in. (19.69 cm)
  • Seller location
    Redmond, WA
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