A Russian silver five-piece tea and coffee service

Aleksei Baranov & the 4th Artel, Moscow, before 1899

In the Rococo Revival taste and comprising a swing-handled cake basket and coffeepot with marks of Baranov, and a teapot, hinged covered sugar bowl and creamer by the 4th Artel, the bodies with chased scrolling foliate ornament separated by shaped panels, the interiors gilt-washed. (5).

H: 8 1/2 in. Total weight: 103.29 oz. t. (approx.)

Estimate $3,000-5,000

Sold for $6,500 (buyer's premium included)

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