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A JEWELLED GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ROCK CRYSTAL PARASOL HANDLE
A JEWELLED GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ROCK CRYSTAL PARASOL HANDLE
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PROPERTY OF COUNT PREBEN AHLEFELDT-LAURVIG, DENMARK
A JEWELLED GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ROCK CRYSTAL PARASOL HANDLE

MARKED FABERGÉ, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1890, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 16097

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A JEWELLED GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ROCK CRYSTAL PARASOL HANDLE
MARKED FABERGÉ, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1890, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 16097
The rock crystal handle carved with diamond pattern, the gold mount enamelled in translucent red over a hatched guilloché ground, decorated with diamond-set flowers, marked under base; in the original silk and velvet-lined wood case stamped 'Fabergé Moscow St Petersburg' beneath the Imperial warrant
2¼ in. (5.7 cm.) high, excluding screw
Provenance
Count Preben Ahlefeldt-Laurvig (1872-1946) and Mary Emilie née baroness von Gohr (1874-1954), Denmark.
By descent to the present owner.

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Mary Emilie von Gohr (1874-1954) was the daughter of Baron Oscar Frederich von Gohr (1834-1904), counsellor to the Imperial Russian court, the vice-admiral and consul general in Copenhagen. Born in Russia, she acquired the present parasol handle there prior to 1900.

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