The back of a Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Desk Clock

Russian Silver-Gilt and Enamel Desk Clock

Fabergé
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reference number: FB_072

circa 1900

silver-gilt, enamel, pearls

height: 14 cm

maker’s mark: Fabergé in Cyrillic

workmaster’s mark: Cyrillic initials V.A. for Victor Aarne

assay mark of St. Petersburg, 1899-1903

silver standard: 88 zolotnik

Fabergé scratched inventory number 14526

A Fabergé silver-gilt timepiece formed as a six-pointed star, the surface overall enamelled in translucent canary yellow over sunburst engine-turning, with a seed-pearl bezel and border and a silver scroll strut. Contained in a contemporary fitted case.

 

Johan Victor Aarne (1863-1934) was a Russian gold- and silversmith of Finnish descent. From 1880 to 1904, with a short interval, Aarne worked for Fabergé, first under August Holmström, then as the head of his own workshop. He mainly specialised in small gold and enamel objects of the highest quality.

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