Imperial Russian FABERGE 88 Purity. 916 silver, the best Zolotnik purity used in Russia for most expensive and fancy silver works against the common 84 Zolotnik Gilded Gravy Bowl "Tsarskoe Selo". 6 1/2" long, 4" tall, 280 gram, Fully hallmarked.
For one of the best Faberge silversmiths Anders Nevalainen (1858 - 1933). Might be a part of Nicholas II service in Tsarskoe Selo palace.
Came from old estate in Massachusetts along with some other Faberge flatware which we also sell here, please check our other listings. Anders Juhaninpoika Nevalainen 1858 in Pielisjärvi. Was a Russian gold- and silversmith, Fabergé workmaster.
Anders Nevalainen was an apprentice in Finland and in St. In 1874, a goldworker in 1875 (and registered as an employee of Fabergé), and a master goldsmith in 1885. As master first working in the jewelry atelier of August Holmström. He soon became head of workshop under exclusive contract with Fabergé.
His workshop made silver-mounted frames in birchwood, palisander. Silver- and gold cigarette-cases, enameled silver-gilt cases with leather sleeves, several small silver-gilt objects.
N , mostly used with K. Fabergé mark without the double-headed eagle Imperial Warrant. Anders Nevalainen later opened his own shop while maintaining his contract with Fabergé.He specialized in embroidered cigarette cases, sliver frames, ceramics and woodwork. Anders Nevalainen died in Terijoki. The item "Imperial Russian FABERGE 88 Purity Gilded Gravy Bowl Tsarskoe Selo, Hallmarked" is in sale since Saturday, March 23, 2019. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U. The seller is "sparcoil" and is located in Village of Nagog Woods, Massachusetts.
This item can be shipped worldwide.