A GERMAN HARDSTONE AND DIAMOND MODEL OF A DUCK
A GERMAN HARDSTONE AND DIAMOND MODEL OF A DUCK

ATTRIBUTED TO GERD DREHER, 1968

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A GERMAN HARDSTONE AND DIAMOND MODEL OF A DUCK
ATTRIBUTED TO GERD DREHER, 1968
Carved from various hardstones, on gold webbed feet, the eyes set with diamonds, marked on one webbed foot with spurious Faberge´ mark
3 ¼ in. ( 8.3 cm.) long
Literature
The Fabergé Menagerie, The Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, 2003, pp. 146, no. 80 (attributed to the firm of Carl Faberge´).
Exhibited
The Faberge´ Menagerie, The Walters Art Museum, 2003, cat. no. 80, (attributed to the firm of Carl Faberge´).

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Lot Essay

Gerd Dreher (b. 1943) is a well known member of the German family of hardstone carvers. In 2004 a major retrospective exhibition of 60 works entitled The Gem Carvings of Gerd Dreher: A Faberge Legacy, was held at the Houston Museum of Natural Science.

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