London, South Kensington
30 November 2007
KARL FABERGE, A RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT & CLOISONNE ENAMEL MINIATURE KOVSH,
WORKMASTER'S MARK OF FEDOR RUCKERT OVERSTRUCK BY INCUSE MARK OF K.FABERGE WITH IMPERIAL WARRANT ABOVE, "88" STANDARD, 1908/17,
With flared rim & high angular handle, the powder blue sides with flower-heads, scrolls, beads, triangular & tongue motifs in white, pink, red, dark blue, mauve, olive green & grass green, the white enamel beads centred by applied silver beads, the handle with bead, navette & triangular motifs, gilt interior, 1 in. diameter (2.5 cm.), 3/4 in. high (2.1 cm.), 1½ in. long (4 cm.).
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