Collection Russian Kremlin Sterling Silver .875-.916

Up for bid is an 11 piece collection from the Kremlin in Russia from the Soviet era. 3 are marked .916 and 8 are .875. Describing individual pieces from the left in the gallery picture: Large cake server, 9-1/4" long by 2-1/8" wide. Marked .875. also has a mark that says 43K on it (I don't know what that means) second are 4 spoons .875, 5-5/8" long. These have been "hand enameled" and some have wear marks from being used. They are gold plated as well. Next at the top are 2 caviar bowls with spoons. .916, 2-1/8" wide by 1-1/8" high, gold plated on the inside. Directly below them are 2 more caviar bowls that are more rounded in shape. .875, 2" by 1" high. One is gold plated inside while the other appears to not be. Worn off maybe? Or, as I believe, it never was. (Quality Control problems?) The little bowl next to that is a salt cellar. .875, 1-3/8" by 1" high. Gold plated inside, some of which has worn off. It has 3 decorated feet on it as well. Last is the smaller cake server. Marked .916 , it is 7-1/2" long and 2" wide. Each comes with it's individual box and a "Certificate of Authenticity" , a sample of which is below. I bought these from a catalog on an airplane several years ago, at least 10 possibly as much as 15. I know virtually nothing about silver but if you have any questions please email them to me. I will do my best to ... read more