9 June 2009
A silver and silver-mounted cut-glass Caviar serving set
marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1896-1908, with various scratched inventory numbers: the rectangular dish 12347, the spoon 21382, the tongs 20851
Comprising a rectangular cut-glass dish with two laurel wreath and ribbon-tied handles, a pair of tongs, serving spoon and later fork each with ribbon-tied reeded stems and tied laurel and husk handles, each with Cyrillic cypher NF, and a circular cut-glass bowl with ribbon-tied reeded rim, indistinctly marked, all in associated fitted case stamped with the Imperial warrant and in Russian 'K. Fabergé Moscow St. Petersburg, Odessa'
the rectangular dish 7¼ in. (18.4 cm.) long (5)
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