A small Fabergé silver and cloisonné enamel kovsh, probably by workmaster Feodor Rückert, Moscow, 1908-1917
the shallow circular bowl with unusually shaped and pierced upright handle, the surfaces enamelled with shaded
geometric motifs and stylized flowerheads in shades of pink, green and blue on cream white grounds, struck K.
Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial warrant, 88 standard, faintly visible rubbed inventory number 18100
length with handle 6.8cm, 2⅛in.
Overall in good condition; with only minor surface wear and scratches consistent with age.
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