Imperial Russian Faberge 14k gold, Diamonds Romanov Tercentenary mens ring c1913. Excellent condition with the original presentation birchwood luxury box signed in Russian:Faberge, St. This rare large mens ring has been made specially for the Celebrations for 300 years Romanov Dynasty. The ring has been awarded by Tsar Nicholas II to the Bulgarian diplomat Mr. Stanchioff who was invited to the celebration event.It comes from his family estate. The ring is made of 14k solid red gold, signed with the Imperial Russian 56 gold Kokoshnik hallmark with letter Alfa for St. Petersburg assay office and with KF initials in Russian for Carl Faberge. Scratched with Faberge inventory number. Decorated with top quality Old Rose Cut Diamonds with a total weight of approx 2ct. The central diamond is large-6.3mm in diameter. The ring depicting the years 1613(the begining of the Romanov rule) and the year 1913 on sides.
In the middle is depicting the Romanov coat of arms-the double headed eagle. The ring is very massive-16g heavy Size 12. A must for every serious collector. NOTE:PLEASE OBSERVE CAREFULLY THE PHOTOS!IT IS A SIGNIFICANT PART OF THE DESCRIPTION. Every potencial defect which is shown in the photos, but not mention in the description, will be considered for described. All the photos shoot by professional Nikon 105 Macro lens under 40x diopter magnification, so you can explore even the smallest detail like under microscope!
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