New York, Park Avenue
15 April 1997
A JEWELLED GOLD AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL CANE HANDLE
marked Fabergé, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908, with scratched inventory number 11755
Tapering cylindrical, with five rose-diamond set ovals of translucent pinkish-orange enamel within opaque white borders, enclosed by red and green enamelled ribbon-tied laurel sprays on chased ground, with ribbed lower border, the slightly domed similarly decorated with rose-diamond finial, marked on lower border
2 1/8in. (5.5cm.) long excluding screw
An highly important Collection of Works of Art by Carl Fabergé from the Collection of the late Sir Charles Clore, Christie's Geneva, 13 November 1985, lot 34.
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Catherine Dike and Guy Bezzaz, La Canne Objet d'Art, (Paris, 1988), illustrated pl.45.
M.Y. Ghosn, Objets de Vertu par Fabergé, (Paris, 1996), no.129.
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