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Kovsh - Faberge

  • Made in Moscow, Russia, circa 1903-1915. The Faberge hallmark under the lid of the wood gift box includes the branch locations of Moscow, St. Petersburg and London. The London branch was only open from 1903 to 1915.
  • Gustav Faberge founded the firm in St. Petersburg in 1842. Carl took over the firm after his father's death in 1872. The Faberge firm was granted the title of Court Supplier in 1885 and given the right to use the Imperial emblem of the double-headed eagle in its trademark.
  • Maker's marks are on the bottom of the kovsh and include the name "K. Faberge"  in Cyrillic, silver quality mark "88"  with a right facing kokoshnik and delta symbol (indicating production in Moscow), and the Imperial emblem of the double-headed eagle indicating the firm was an official supplier to the Russian Imperial Court.
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Price:
$6,500.00
SKU:
ASIL0606
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0.00 LBS
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Product Description

This is an antique Russian silver kovsh produced in the workshop of Peter Carl Faberge. The gilt silver kovsh has shaded cloisonne and enamel decoration in a floral motif with white birds. This small kovsh measures 3.75"  long and 1.75"  wide and 1.75" tall and comes in its original Faberge  box. Made in Moscow, Russia, circa 1903-1915. The Faberge hallmark under the lid of the wood gift box includes the branch locations of Moscow, St. Petersburg and London. The London branch was only open from 1903 to 1915. Gustav Faberge founded the firm in St. Petersburg in 1842. Carl took over the firm after his father's death in 1872. The Faberge firm was granted the title of Court Supplier in 1885 and given the right to use the Imperial emblem of the double-headed eagle in its trademark. Maker's marks are on the bottom of the kovsh and include the name "K. Faberge"  in Cyrillic, silver quality mark "88"  with a right facing kokoshnik and delta symbol (indicating production in Moscow), and the Imperial emblem of the double-headed eagle indicating the firm was an official supplier to the Russian Imperial Court.


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