Russian Gold-Mounted Silver-Gilt and Enamel Frame

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circa 1890

gold, silver, enamel, pearls

height: 11.4 cm

maker’s mark: Fabergé in Cyrillic

workmaster’s mark: Cyrillic initials M.P. for Michael Perchin

assay mark of St. Petersburg (crossed anchors and sceptre)

silver standard: of 88 zolotniks

Fabergé scratched inventory number 57700



Purchased for the Imperial Cabinet by Tsar Nicholas II on 15 January 1898 as No. 57700


A silver-gilt picture frame of rectangular form, overall enamelled in red over a sunray guilloché ground, centred with an oval aperture set with seed pearls, and further enhanced with gold sunray strips, the gold border chased with laurel leaves; supported with a slender gold strut.

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