Fabergé silver is regarded as the highest form of Continental silver in terms of artistry and opulence. This rare 197-piece parcel-gilt silver flatware service for 24 was produced by the firm’s legendary workshop in Moscow, a city that was long considered the epicenter of Russian silver and goldsmithing. This service boasts an elegant neoclassical motif with a beaded border and gold gilt accents, displaying an understated opulence that makes it one of the finest sets of silver ever created by Fabergé’s master artisans.
This set is housed in its custom-fitted oak chest.
Each utensil is stamped “K. Fabergé” in Cyrillic with the Imperial warrant and marked 84 zolotniks.
Hallmarked Moscow, 1899-1908
Measures: 13 1/4″ high x 25 1/4″ wide x 17 7/8″ deep