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A Fabergé gem-set silver-mounted ceramic duck form kovsh from the Imperial Stroganov School, Moscow; the ceramic body, circa 1901-1903, the silver mounts, circa 1908-1917. Formed as a stylized, swimming bird, the ceramic body glazed in an experimental mottled glaze ranging from celadon green to sky blue, with extensively chased mounts with stylized scrolls, beads, and vegetation; the eyes set with cabochon garnets and the chest centered with a collet-set pale blue topaz.

An extremely rare Fabergé gem-set silver-mounted ceramic duck form kovsh from the Imperial Stroganov School, Moscow; the ceramic body, circa the silver mounts, circa

MARKED K. FABERGÉ WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, MOSCOW, 1899-1908, INDISTINCT SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER

A large silver kovsh marked K Faberge with the Imperial warrant Moscow.

Detail of the Faberge "Rooster" Egg

The Fabergé Kelch Chanticleer Clock Egg. As the hour strikes, this…

A Fabergé gilded silver and cloisonné enamel kovsh, Moscow, 1899-1908, with amusing animal-form head and shaped handle, the body with floral and foliate ornament against cream and teal grounds, probably from the workshop of Fedor Rückert, struck K. Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 23078, and with French control mark

A Fabergé gilded silver and cloisonné enamel kovsh, Moscow, with…

Vessel by Terri Kern

Terri Kern - 1999 AIA Winner, was in the 2001 Summerfair Select Show at the Cincinnati Art Club

A FABERGÉ SILVER-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS DECANTER Moscow, 1908-1917. Colourless glass body of tapering form.

A FABERGÉ SILVER-MOUNTED CUT-GLASS DECANTER Moscow, 1908-1917. Colourless glass body of tapering form.

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A Fabergé silver kovsh, workmaster Julius Rappoport, St Petersburg, circa 1890

Fabergé .916 Silver-gilt and Cloisonné-enameled Kovsh, Moscow, 1908-17, Feodor Rückert, workmaster, 88 Kokoshnik standard, marked in "K. Fabergé" with the Imperial Warrant in incuse lettering, also bearing later Russian assay marks, and rubbed mark possibly "M Yu" in Cyrillic.

Fabergé .916 Silver-gilt and Cloisonné-enameled Kovsh, Moscow, 1908-17, Feodor Rückert, workmaster, 88 Kokoshnik standard, marked in "K. Fabergé" with the Imperial Warrant in incuse lettering, also bearing later Russian assay marks, and rubbed mark possibly "M Yu" in Cyrillic.

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