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A Fabergé silver bowl, Moscow, 1895

Property from a Private Collection, Denmark

A Fabergé silver bowl, Moscow, 1895

A Fabergé silver bowl, Moscow, 1895

Property from a Private Collection, Denmark

A Fabergé silver bowl, Moscow, 1895


The lower body gadrooned, the upper rim with a band of floral branches, with raised handles and set on four paw feet, struck K.Fabergé in Cyrillic under the imperial warrant, 84 standard

diameter 23.4cm, 9 1/8 in.

Excellent condition overall with light surface scratching and tarnish, consistent with age and use. The base with one very small and shallow dent only visible from the underside.


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Gifted by Nicholas II to Rasmus Baslev Leth (1839-1920), the chamberlain to the Danish King Christian IX, and thence by descent