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3 Rare Antique I. Zaviandv Vodka Beakers / Kiddush Cups For Sale
3 Rare Antique Igor Zaviandv Kiev Vodka Beakers or Kiddush Cups
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Offered is a rare trio of antique sterling Russian vodka b eakers or possibly Kiddush Cups. Largest is 2 1/2" tall by approximately 2 7/16" across top. Mid size is also 2 1/2" tall by 2" across top. Smallest is 2" tall by 1 10/16" across top. All have same engraving design. Largest is faintly marked Sterling and a second word. Mid size is marked with Kiev mark of woman facing right and # 84. There is also a B & O or Q. The smallest is marked with woman facing right & 84. Second Kokoshnik mark most likely 1908 - 1914. Mark was in use until 1926 but during revolution and WW 1 we don't know if factory was in production. They weigh total of 4.2 ounce. Through research on Russian silver marks we have identified as Igor Zaviandv or successors silversmiths who worked in Kiev. They show use but no damages. All three have slightest of denting on bottoms but sit straight on flat surface. Great addition to a collection of hard to find items. We sell our own items and also sell on cinsignment from estates and private persons. We price fairly at sale or retail value. We welcome any legitimate offer which we will submit to consignor for approval. We strive for happy buyers and sellers.These came out of a New York City estate. Shipping is $ 12.00 anywhere in the US. Exact cost of non US destinations is quoted at close or upon prior request. Sorry to disappoint you but due to extensive past problems we will not ship to Russia or any former USSR countries. Thanks and good luck offerding.
We ship almost 100% via USPS. We designate Parcel Post but if fee charged will cover we will use Priority Mail. We charge a flat rate with insurance included.On international sales we quote the best rate we can find at end of item. Due to some unfortunate experiences in the past we will not ship to China, Present & Former USSR, Most of Middle East and Most of Africa. Contact us before you offer so no one is disappointed. Pick ups are not available.We are very close to Manhattan and will occasionally offer hand delivery on expensive items over $5000 if appropriate.
We expect payment within 7 days of item closing. If there will be a delay please communicate. We possibly would consider a layaway arrangement on items over $1500 on an individual basis.