Russian Silver and Enamel Desk Clock

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reference number: FB_072


silver, enamel

height: 10.3 cm

workmaster’s mark: Latin initials H.W. of  Henrik Wigström

assay mark of St.Petersburg, 1899-1903

silver standard: 91 zolotnik

Fabergé inventory number 16556



Munich, Kunsthalle der Hypo-Kulturstiftung, Fabergé. Hofjuwelier der Zaren, 5 December 1986 – 22 February 1987, no. 415

Stockholm, National Museum, Carl Fabergé, Goldsmith to the Tsars, 6 June 1997 – 19 October 1997,  no. 142


G. von Habsburg, Fabergé. Hofjuwelier der Zaren, Munich, 1986, no. 415, p. 225, illustrated in colour

Carl Fabergé, Goldsmith to the Tsars, Stockholm, no. 142, p. 170, illustrated in colour


Square silver desk clock, enamelled bright pink over a wavy sunburst guilloche ground, with white enamel dial within pearl bezel, black Arabic numerals and pierced gold hands, outer border with a repetitive leaf pattern. Back mounted with a hinged scroll strut.

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