Rare sugar bowl / dessert holder, 12 teaspoons (not included) in antique silver .84, coming from Leningrad in the last quarter of the nineteenth century, as shown by the stamps, albeit faded by wear. The object is made up of an internal and an external vase. The inner jar is a single piece in solid silver, similar to a glass, to hold sugar or food. The outer vase is perforated. It has four feet worked and decorated in an exemplary way, in relief, with female and floral figures alternating between them. At the top it presents the 12 typical grooves designed to accommodate the spoons. In excellent general condition, with slight signs of wear and age.
Maximum height from the ground: 14 cm – maximum width 13 cm – total weight 510 gr.