Imperial Russian punch bowls with a wine cistern that snuck in somehow. Maybe they just emptied the vodka into it and called it punch . . .who can tell. . .

Punch bowl set. ca. 1900.
Punch bowl set. ca. 1900. Made in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Silver and silver-gilt. Makers mark: Imperial Warrant mark of Grachev Brothers. Assay master’s mark: Cyrillic initials Ya.L. of Yakov Lyapunov. Assay mark of Saint Petersburg, 1899-1903. Grachev Brothers, maker. Image © 2019 Ruzhnikov. Fair use license. via https://www.ruzhnikov.com/russian-european-silver/russian-imperial-silver-gilt-punch-set/
Punch service. 1896.
Punch service. 1896. Made in Moscow, Russia. Silver-gilt and polychrome cloisonné enamel. Ovchinnikov, maker. Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2015/russian-works-art-faberge-icons-l15113/lot.261.html
Presentation punch service. 1874-1875.
Presentation punch service. 1874-1875. Made in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Silver and silver-gilt. Presented to Captain Joseph Wiggins by the Imperial Russian Naval Ministry in 1894. Sazikov, maker. Image © Bonhams 2001-2019. Fair use license. via https://www.bonhams.com/auctions/22586/lot/92/?category=list
Monumental wine cistern and stand. ca. 1890.
Monumental wine cistern and stand. ca. 1890. Saint Petersburg. Silver and silver-gilt. Bowl, liner and stand Made by Sazikov after a design by August Karl Spiess, St. Petersburg, circa 1890 bowl, liner, and stand. Ornamented with putti. Raised rim of the base engraved in Cyrillic “Work of Sazikov. Model [by] A.K. Spiess.” Image © 2019 Sotheby’s. Fair use license. via http://www.sothebys.com/en/auctions/ecatalogue/2013/russian-works-of-art-and-silver-n08981/lot.96.html

Russian grandeur from the other side of 1917. Mostly from the turn of the last century but one a good bit back. Not as much fun as a present from the tsar but still. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore, Maryland.

Kvosh with imperial eagle. Underside of handle inscribed May 6, 1911 but probably made between 1899 and 1903.
Kvosh with imperial eagle. Underside of handle inscribed May 6, 1911 but probably made between 1899 and 1903. Carved nephrite, a type of jade, silver, gold and various gemstones. Maker not known. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore. Cc0 License 0. via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/14699/kovsh-with-imperial-eagle/
Mouse. 1908-1914.
Mouse. 1908-1914. Hardstone. Smoky quartz, diamond, gold and ruby. Fabergé, maker. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore. Cc0 License 0. via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/76634
Kovsh. 1899-1903.
Kovsh. 1899-1903. Silver gilt with opaque filigree enamel with the monogram of Tsar Peter I on the handle. Grachev Brothers, maker. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore. Cc0 License 0. via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/82450/kovsh-12/
Potpourri vase with classical figures. 1768.
Pot-pourri vase with classical figures, believed to have been given by Catherine the Great to her lover, Count Grigorii Grigorevich Orlov. 1768. Multi colored gold and enamel. Jean Pierre Ador, goldsmith. Ivan Frolov, assayer. Collection of the Walters Museum, Baltimore. Cc0 License 0. via https://art.thewalters.org/search/?q=Saint+Petersburg+Russia
Presentation plate with crown and cross of Saint Andrew. 1885-1889.
Presentation plate with crown and cross of Saint Andrew. 1885-1889. Silver gilt with filigree and painted enamel. Grigori Arsenev Andreev, artist (active 1885-1898). Collection of the Walters Museum. Cc0 License 0. via https://art.thewalters.org/detail/82512/presentation-plate-with-crown-and-cross-of-saint-andrew/