One (1) Russian enameled silver Charka or Kovsch and two (2) tea strainers. 1st item: Russian silver Kovsch or Charka (drinking cup) with floral scroll decoration to the handle and exterior, marked for .875 fineness with maker's mark for Vasiliy Andreyev or Vasily Akimov, working Moscow, early 20th century. 1 5/8" H x 4" W x 2 1/8" D. 2nd-3rd items: Two (2) Russian silver-gilt tea strainers with floral scroll enameling and holes punched in the shape of stars, both marked for the firm of Khlebnikov, Moscow (working 1870-1918), .875 fineness, with partially rubbed assayer's marks. One strainer has a "beaded" rim and Western script monogram J or LDC to reverse.
1st item: Pitting and a 1/2" tear to interior side. 2nd-3rd items: One strainer monogrammed. The other strainer has significant wear to gilding and some small dents to center of bowl.
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The Estate of Edward Laudermilk, Nashville, Tennessee.