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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.

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.

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A rare Russian carved wood, gilded silver and shaded enamel kovsh, Eleventh Artel, Moscow, circa 1900. In the Old Russian style, the carved wood body with gilded silver mount enameled with colorful scrolling foliage on a stippled ground and mounted with colored hardstone cabochons.

A rare Russian carved wood, gilded silver and shaded enamel kovsh, Eleventh Artel, Moscow, circa 1900. In the Old Russian style, the carved wood body with gilded silver mount enameled with colorful scrolling foliage on a stippled ground and mounted with colored hardstone cabochons.

A FABERGÉ IMPERIAL PRESENTATION JEWELLED SILVER KOVSH, WORKMASTER ALEXANDER WÄKEVÄ (VÄKEVÄ), ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1908 the oval bowl cast with scrolling foliage and set with three large garnet cabochons, the pelta-shaped handle cast and chased with an Imperial eagle, rope twist borders, struck with workmaster's initials and  K. Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 16850     length: 26.5cm, 10 3/8 in.

A FABERGÉ IMPERIAL PRESENTATION JEWELLED SILVER KOVSH, WORKMASTER ALEXANDER WÄKEVÄ (VÄKEVÄ), ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1908 the oval bowl cast with scrolling foliage and set with three large garnet cabochons, the pelta-shaped handle cast and chased with an Imperial eagle, rope twist borders, struck with workmaster's initials and K. Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 16850 length: 26.5cm, 10 3/8 in.

A jewelled gold mounted bowenite vase by Carl Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, 1896-1903. Carved from a single piece of bowenite, stood three yellow gold hooved feet, the body of the vase encircled by gold swags and festoons suspended from cabochon rubies.

A jewelled gold mounted bowenite vase by Carl Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, 1896-1903. Carved from a single piece of bowenite, stood three yellow gold hooved feet, the body of the vase encircled by gold swags and festoons suspended from cabochon rubies.

A FABERGÉ SILVER AND SANDSTONE MATCH HOLDER, WORKMASTER JULIUS RAPPOPORT, ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1908 the spherical body with gilt match container, the mounts humurously modelled as an anthropomorphic frog, struck with workmaster's initials and Fabergé in Cyrillic, 91 standard width 12cm, 4 3/4 in.

A FABERGÉ SILVER AND SANDSTONE MATCH HOLDER, WORKMASTER JULIUS RAPPOPORT, ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1908 the spherical body with gilt match container, the mounts humurously modelled as an anthropomorphic frog, struck with workmaster's initials and Fabergé in Cyrillic, 91 standard width 12cm, 4 3/4 in.

Faberge Vase

Faberge Vase

Two colour gold mounted nephrite presentation cup bearing marks for Faberge and work master Michael Perchin, the carved bowl applied with ribbon tied gem set garlands and swags, a reeded collar, the bracket handles with foliate chasing terminating in griffins, a baluster stem further applied with gem set garlands and swags, and a stepped foot with a gilt metal rim.

Two colour gold mounted nephrite presentation cup bearing marks for Faberge and work master Michael Perchin, the carved bowl applied with ribbon tied gem set garlands and swags, a reeded collar, the bracket handles with foliate chasing terminating in griffins, a baluster stem further applied with gem set garlands and swags, and a stepped foot with a gilt metal rim.

Artist Spotlight | Fine art, artists & exhibitions: July 2010

Artist Spotlight | Fine art, artists & exhibitions: July 2010

FABERGE Antique Russian Cloisonne Enamel Vodka Cup - This is a bold "vodka" cup

FABERGE Antique Russian Cloisonne Enamel Vodka Cup

FABERGE Antique Russian Cloisonne Enamel Vodka Cup - This is a bold "vodka" cup

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