18 April 2008
A Set of Twenty-Four Silver Teaspoons and Twelve Silver Demitasse Spoons
Marked Fabergé, Moscow, circa 1890
Each spoon with spiral-twist stem and openwork rocaille terminal, all fitted in original silk and velvet lined wood case stamped 'Faberge St. Petersburg, Moscow', marked on bowls
19 oz. (1,902 g.) (36)
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Please note this lot comprises 24 teaspoons and 36 spoons total.
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