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A SILVER-GILT TABLE LIGHTER IN THE FORM OF A STANDING BEAR
A SILVER-GILT TABLE LIGHTER IN THE FORM OF A STANDING BEAR

MARKED WITH THE CYRILLIC INITIALS OF THE FIRST SILVER ARTEL, MARKED AND RETAILED BY FABERGÉ WITH IMPERIAL WARRANT, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917, WITH SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 18663

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A SILVER-GILT TABLE LIGHTER IN THE FORM OF A STANDING BEAR marked with the Cyrillic initials of the First Silver Artel, marked and retailed by Fabergé with Imperial warrant, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917, with scratched inventory number 18663 Realistically modelled, standing with crossed arms and smoking, the surface finely chased to simulate fur, his hinged head opening to reveal the lighter fluid compartment, the silver-gilt cigar in his mouth providing the outlet for the taper, gilt interior, marked on the feet and on the flange 4¾in. (12cm.) high 8.55oz. (266gr.) gross weight
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