Hi thank-you for your interest, I found it in a field in Wiltshire, England, I know nothing of Russians being in the area, although from what I have found out there was a search and rescue near by, although that has not told me much, it is a complete mystery to me also. When I found it I thought it was a motor bike badge. For 2 years I have on and off been researching it. I took it to London Christies, the Russian department told me the name translated in English was Ryabukha. Faberge.com told me the drawings were done in 1913, and Wartski in London said if we are to believe you found it in a field and there is no reason not to believe, then it is genuine. This is why the only hope I really have is tracing the name on the wing and it is 1V marked also which is maybe a Major General not V1 as I mistakenly put. Any help would be truly amazing as I think it is very rare. Thank-you.