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A highly important silver and rhodonite clock
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A highly important silver and rhodonite clock

MARKED WITH THE CYRILLIC INITIALS OF THE FIRST SILVER ARTEL, MARKED AND RETAILED BY FABERGÉ WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917, WITH SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 18209

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A highly important silver and rhodonite clock
marked with the Cyrillic initials of The First Silver Artel, marked and retailed by Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917, with scratched inventory number 18209
The silver model of a griffin segregant holding in the right paw a sword and in the left the clock as a shield, the white enamel dial with black arabic chapters and pierced gold hands within ribbon-tied laurel circular rim, the cylindrical stepped plinth with ribbon-tied laurel and berry swags, festoons and lower mount, marked on lower left paw, clock and on lower mount
12¼ in. (32.3 cm.) high
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For a similar clock see the catalogue of the Fabergé Wilmington exhibition (p. 116, no. 175, illustrated), as well as the article written by Alexander von Solodkoff on Fabergé silver animals in the same catalogue.
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