AN IMPRESSIVE FABERGÉ SILVER FOUR-PIECE TEA AND COFFEE SERVICE, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1910. Comprising a coffee pot, a teapot, a two-handled sugar bowl and creamer, the lower sections of the bodies gadrooned and set on reeded foot rims, the lids hinged, with harp-shaped handles and gilded interiors, engraved with Cyrillic initials AS. Hallmarked Moscow 1908-1917, and in Cyrillic KFABERGE beneath the Imperial Warrant, and with 84 silver standard, and defaced inventory number 22929.
A Fabergé silver coffee pot, Moscow, 1908-1917. In the neo-Russian style, the upper rim, shaped handle, and ball finial, with stylized floral decoration, and pomegranate finial chased with stylized floral or vegetal ornament, the handle with mammoth ivory insulators.
A Silver and Silver-Gilt Charka By Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Stephan Wäkeva, St Petersburg, 1899-1908, scratched inventory number 6112 Circular, the polished body with acanthus leaf chased reeded border, the interior gilt, the scroll handle set with a rouble dated 1791, marked below handle 3¼ in. (8 cm.) long 2 oz. (71 gr.)