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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.

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.

An Italian  sterling silver five-piece tea and coffee service with matching two-handled tray by Pradella Ilario for Buccellati, Milan,  20th century

An Italian sterling silver five-piece tea and coffee service with matching two-handled tray by Pradella Ilario for Buccellati, Milan, century

FABERGÉ Karl (Carl), 1846-1920 (Russia) Title : A four-pieces tea and coffee-service Date : ca 1890   Category : Silver Medium : : Set of 4: Silver, on square base with circular spreading foot, the partly fluted body with beaded rim, comprising a tea-pot, kettle and sugar-bowl wit...

A four-pieces silver tea and coffee-service marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, circa 1890

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A Silver Tea and Coffee-Service marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant…

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Cafetière par Carl Pierre Fabergé. Orfèvre : Anders Johan Nevalainen pour Pierre Karl Fabergé à St-Petersbourg, 1899-1903.

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hawk  Teapot, turquoise glaze

Jackson Hawk Teapot, turquoise glaze by Hodaka pottery Wow this is beautiful!

A Silver Salt Shaker in the Form of a Fish by Fabergé, workmaster Hjalmar Armfeldt, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917. Realistically modeled, the mouth open and pierced, the base flat with ivory sliding panel.

Fabergé silver fish salt shaker with the mouth open & pierced, the base flat with an ivory sliding panel (workmaster Hjalmar Armfeldt, St.

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Vintage Forget-Me-Not cup and saucer, hand-painted China

A Silver Sugar Bowl   Marked K. Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1908-1917   Of tapering form, the lower section fluted, the rim with band of stiff leaves, the hinged cover with reeded finial and ivory insulator, with leaf-clad ribbon-tied reeded handles, the interior gilt, marked under base and inside cover  4 7/8 in. (12.4 cm.) high   17½ oz. (543 gr.) gross weight

A Silver Sugar Bowl Marked K. Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow,

The Stowe Cistern. A massive George I silver two-handled wine cistern, Jacob Margas, London, 1714 bombé oval with gadroon & leaf-tip rim, neck engraved with the Buckingham arms, body with applied lobes & leaves between shoulder & foot applied with strapwork, shells & husks, scaled dolphin handles with open mouths, the interior fitted (probably later) with drain hole and later plug; fully marked on base, height 18 1/4 in.; length over handles 33 3/4 in. [Sold for  1,142,500 USD]

33 The Stowe Cistern. A massive George I silver two-handled wine cistern, Jacob Margas, London, 1714 almost wide SOLD.

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