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Информация о лоте 221284 - Три ножа и две вилки, Российская империя (Россия), Фаберже, 340 гр, 84 пр, 21 и 18 см

206485 - Цельносеребряные обеденные ножи, 3 шт. Россия, 1908-1917 гг., Фаберже
214420 - Серебряная обеденная вилка. Россия, 1908-1917 гг, Фаберже
286317 - Cеребряная обеденная вилка. Россия, 1908-1917 гг., Фаберже
283317 - Серебряная сервировочная ложка. Дания, Georg Jensen.



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206485 - Цельносеребряные обеденные ножи, 3 шт. Россия, 1908-1917 гг., Фаберже


Solid silver dining knives, 3 pcs.​

Russian Empire (Russia), Moscow, the 1908-1917, Faberge Firm - Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

Length: 21 cm
Total weight: 226 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"Фаберже" under a two-headed eagle – the mark of Karl Gustavovich Faberge
(since 1870 the owner of the company founded in 1842 in St. Petersburg by his father Gustav Faberge)
and Imperial Warrant mark, certifying the title Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

The triple Russian-Soviet hallmark in a oval frame-shape, 1908-1926 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" with number 84 and letter "Δ" (delta), where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" – the national hallmark;
"Δ" (delta) - code of the Moscow Assaying Office;
"84" - the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).

"The the women’s head" in a circle frame-shape - an auxiliary mark, certifying that the details of this item are
made of the declared silver fineness.
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214420 - Серебряная обеденная вилка. Россия, 1908-1917 гг, Фаберже


Silver lunch fork​.

Russian Empire (Russia), Moscow, the 1908-1917, Faberge Firm - Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

Length: 18 cm
Weight: 54 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"Фаберже" under a two-headed eagle – the mark of Karl Gustavovich Faberge
(since 1870 the owner of the company founded in 1842 in St. Petersburg by his father Gustav Faberge)
and Imperial Warrant mark, certifying the title Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

The triple Russian-Soviet hallmark in a oval frame-shape, 1908-1926 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" with number 84 and letter "Δ" (delta), where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" – the national hallmark;
"Δ" (delta) - code of the Moscow Assaying Office;
"84" - the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).
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286317 - Cеребряная обеденная вилка. Россия, 1908-1917 гг., Фаберже


Silver lunch​ fork​.

Russian Empire (Russia), Moscow, the 1908-1917, Faberge Firm - Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

Length: 18 cm
Weight: 56 grams of silver 84 fineness in zolotniki ( = 875 metrical fineness).

Marks:

"Фаберже" under a two-headed eagle – the mark of Karl Gustavovich Faberge
(since 1870 the owner of the company founded in 1842 in St. Petersburg by his father Gustav Faberge)
and Imperial Warrant mark, certifying the title Supplier the Russian Imperial Court.

The triple Russian-Soviet hallmark in a oval frame-shape, 1908-1926 -
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" with number 84 and letter "Δ" (delta), where:
"the women’s head wearing a kokoshnik facing to the right" – the national hallmark;
"Δ" (delta) - code of the Moscow Assaying Office;
"84" - the fineness mark (84 zolotniks = 875).
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283317 - Серебряная сервировочная ложка. Дания, Georg Jensen.


Silver serving​ spoon.
Pattern "Acorn", designed in 1915 by Johan Rohde.


Denmark, Copenhagen, workshop Georg Jensens.

length: 10.5 cm.
Weight: 26 grams of sterling silver 925 fineness.
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