This 19th century silver spoon was made in Moscow, by Ivan Alekseevich Alekseev, of .875 silver. It bears the corresponding Russian mark "84" as such. The assayer is also identified as Vasily Aleksandrovich Petrov, who worked between 1883 and 1893. The date stamp is mostly absent, but the year 1887 can just barely be made out. The spoon measures 5 1/4 inches long, and is more decorative on the reverse than the front, with the intricate design having been bright-cut and hand-engraved. The condition is excellent. There are no dents, warps, or signs of wear. There is no monogram. This item weighs 16 grams
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