11 June 2008
A silver-gilt dessert service
Marked Fabergé, with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1896-1908
Eighteen dessert-spoons, marked with Cyrillic initials
Eighteen dessert-forks Eighteen tea-spoons, marked with Cyrillic initials
Eighteen dessert-knives In original fitted wooden case, the cover stamped inside with the Imperial Warrant and in Russian 'K. Fabergé Moscow St Petersburg Odessa'
89 oz. (2,758 gr.) weighable silver (72)
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