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A Fabergé two colour gold-mounted silver and guilloché enamel pencil holder and paper knife, workmaster Anders Nevalainen, St. Petersburg, 1908-1910
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A Fabergé two colour gold-mounted silver and guilloché enamel pencil holder and paper knife, workmaster Anders Nevalainen, St. Petersburg, 1908-1910
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俄羅斯工藝品、法貝熱珠寶及聖像

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A Fabergé two colour gold-mounted silver and guilloché enamel pencil holder and paper knife, workmaster Anders Nevalainen, St. Petersburg, 1908-1910
of dagger form, the exterior enamelled translucent blue over an engine-turned ground, the mount with a two colour gold collar chased with a laurel wreath band, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 and 88 standard, scratched inventory number 20480
length 8.3cm, 3 3/8 in.
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Purchased by the Hon. Mrs Ronald Greville (1862-1942) on 19 December 1910 from Fabergé London, for £4 5s

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Dame Margaret Helen Greville, Hon Mrs Greville, DBE (1863–1942), was a British society host, art collector, and philanthropist. She assembled a large collection of works by Fabergé and other jewellers of the period. Her love for the firm's designs was so well known that visitors to Polesden Lacey, her home outside London, often brought her pieces purchased at the Russian Court Jeweler's British outlet as gifts. Members of the British Royal family were frequent visitors; Dame Margaret was close friends with Queen Mary, wife of Edward V, and the couple were frequent visitors. Like Queen Mary, she assembled a large collection of Fabergé's carved hardstone animals as well as cases, paper knives, and other luxurious accessories beloved by the Edwardians. She bequeathed the very best of her jewels to Queen Elizabeth, wife of King George VI, and those important tiaras, earrings, and necklaces are often worn by members of the Royal family today.  

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