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Signed Igor Carl Faberge Bronze Urn Bouquet 24k Acnt 6 1/2" Sold 4 $245 N 1978 For Sale
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SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY
THE FRANKLIN MINT IN 1978
IMPERIAL RUSSIAN VASE & FLOWERS
Designed & Created
The House of Faberge
GREAT CONDITION - NO DAMAGE OR REPAIRS
NOT IN ORIGINAL BOX PAPERWORK IS NOT INCLUDED, THIS ITEM IS HALLMARKED AND SIGNED BY IGOR CARL FABERGE
A precious floral fantasy.
Siberian honeysuckle,lilies and lilacs.
SOLD FOR $245.00 IN 1978 BY PRIVATE COMMISSION ONLY
Peter Carl Faberge goldsmith and jeweler to the czars, created majestic treasures to warm the hearts of queens and princesses. In that tradition, the House of Faberge presentsTHE IMPERIAL RUSSIAN BOUQUET. From the House of Faberge Created by artisans skilled in the tradition of excellence established by the master Peter Carl Faberge jeweler to the czars of Imperial Russia. And this piece of art reflects the elegance and luxury that are the hallmarks of all Faberge treasures. Designed by the House of Faberge. FULLY HALLMARKED FOR AUTHENTICITY.
The Bouquet is an exquisite arrangement of three traditional Russian flowers - lilies, lilac and honeysuckle. Measures approx 6.5" in height and is heavy for it's size. Each flower is hand enameled and 24k gold plated. The floral Arrangement is mounted in a classical Russian renaissance style urn. Heavy piece for it's size. Originally commissioned by the Franklin Mint in 1978. The Underside of the Base is Hallmarked and signed.
Stands approx. 6.5" tall and thisBRONZE layered in 24K, this creation is heavy for its size.