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The Roberts Kovsch

The Roberts Kovsch

Chased and decorated silver gilt and enamel Heavily decorated with enamelled flowers and figures, flat handle supported by a serpent and inscribed with entwined monogram:


(order of letters not clear)

 Presented 1972 by C.H. Roberts, Liveryman. Possibly the Company’s finest objet d’art. Tragically, the Company lost touch with Mr. Roberts, and twenty years later discovered that he had died in poverty in an old peoples home.

Weight: 48 ozs.,   Oval 15 ins. x 8 ins.   Made by the Brothers Grachevy,St. Petersburg.


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