Karl Fabergé

Karl Fabergé Russian silver maker

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Karl Fabergé

Karl Fabergé Russian silver maker

  • 1895

    Karl Fabergé

    8634 Antique Russian Silver Jug by Faberge


    A stylish antique silver cream jug with a tall vase shape with reeded design and square foot. Initials “EB” engraved to the front. Ontains 110 ml. Weight 254 grams, 8.1 troy ounces. Height 16 cms (to lip), 18 cms (to top of handle). Spread 10.3 cms. Base 5.6 cms square. Stamped on the edge of the base with Russian silver stamps for 1895, 84 silver grade*. Maker Karl Faberge.

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