London, South Kensington
27 November 2008
A RUSSIAN GOLD-MOUNTED SILVER AND ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE,
MARK OF IVAN BRITZIN, "91" STANDARD, 1908/17, ALSO BEARING ENGLISH IMPORT MARKS FOR LONDON, 1910, WITH SPONSOR'S MARK OF NOBLE & CO.
Rectangular with wavy engine-turning under deep yellow translucent enamel, diamond-set thumb-piece, silver interior
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Arthur Bowe established the London branch of Fabergé in 1903, leaving them in 1906 and by 1908 was trading as Noble & Co., just off Regent Street.
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