Russian Jewelled Two-Colour Gold and Enamel Frame

Fabergé
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workmaster Michael Perchin,
St Petersburg, circa 1890
struck with workmaster’s initials,
FABERGÉ in Cyrillic, assay mark of St Petersburg (crossed anchors and sceptre),

gold mark of 56 zolotniks,
scratched with Fabergé inventory no. 53735

height: 9 cm

A gold frame of lozenge shape overall enamelled in translucent rose Pompadour over a sunburst guilloché ground, the inner bezel engraved and surmounted with an applied diamond- set ribbon tie; the outer border chased with acanthus leaves; supported with a gold scroll strut.