A pair of silver plated tea-glass holders. Handle beautifully decorated with grapes, grape leaves, fox head and vacant cartouche. Both with some losses of silver-plating, one holder has a crack at the bottom edge, you can see this crack on the 9th. Please look and inspect all photos.
Marked to the underside: "Double-Headed Eagle" for warrant, (part of the Russian Empire at that time); Br. Buch" for Brothers Buch; "w Warszawie" - English "in Warsaw" number "4 for pattern or manufacturers code.Made by Brothers Buch in Warsaw, Russian Empire, sometime in 1870's. (part of the Russian Empire at that time, today is Poland). Total Weight: 10.52 oz. Commensurate with age, the condition is very good. Rare for their pattern, makers and overall condition. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Silverplate\Tea/Coffee Pots & Sets". The seller is "anyfr8" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.