Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

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Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby wesleytyler » Tue Jan 02, 2018 4:17 pm

Hey Y'all here are some more of the spoons and forks, for your opinions?
I know nothing of them, any info you care to share would be great!
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Thanks for taking time to look any info would be great!
Wes :)>

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Re: Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby Goldstein » Tue Jan 02, 2018 6:46 pm

Hi wesleytyler -

before posting - clean first the marks than try to make decent, sharp photos!

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Re: Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby Goldstein » Wed Jan 03, 2018 9:44 am

Hi wesleytyler -

this could be a spoon made by Court supplier I. Khlebnikov, assayer A. Romanov in Moscow.
Maybe you know someone who clean your spoons and know how to take photos - than everything gets more serious.
Do you get your spoons from the melter?

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Re: Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby AG2012 » Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:34 am

There was one more ИХ.

Иван Хромов (Ivan Khromov) at Sorokova house Moscow.
From time to time he was selling his silver in Исаев (Isaev) shop.
Seldom attributed to him, Khlebnikov being more lucrative whenever ИХ is encountered.
(Cannot post his marks - from Ivanov).

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Re: Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby Goldstein » Wed Jan 03, 2018 1:19 pm

Hi AG2012 -

I am a big fan of your immaculate recherches and always learn something new!
But "Ivanov" and his collection of initials, often without photos of the marks is in the true sense of the word "unbelivable" sometimes.
No word if Khromov worked in enamel at all, especially in champleveé.
Unfortunately the photoquality does not show the markmanship and the former quality of the mistreated spoon. Even the monogram is artfully executed.
I opt for Khlebnikov - it is his quality.

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Re: Enameled Spoon Made in 1880?

Postby wesleytyler » Wed Jan 03, 2018 10:06 pm

Thank You all for your information, i am clueless to this. You are all going to hate me, i bought these all at a Thrift store.


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