EXTREMELY RARE - FABERGE - RUSSIAN IMPERIAL GOLD JADE CUP, BOXED. Extremely nice job as any items made by Faberge. A Russian cup, carved from green jade with a gold setting at the base and a gold overlay in the form of a relief double-headed eagle, inlaid with diamonds and a ruby cabochon. The item is very nice made and has a maker marks: GOLD marked'56' standard and with the initials of the manager of the St.Also where is a workmaster's mark'YA' in Cyrillic for Karl Gustav Hjalmar Armfeldt, Russian silversmith, Faberge workmaster (for sample we put a screenshot from Christie's with two stamps together - Faberge and Hjalmar Armfeldt). Presented in a figured case, decorated with a leather look, lined with blue silk and velvet, with inscription' FABERGE in Cyrillic. The item is described to the best of our knowledge.
SIZE : 1 3/4 x 2 inches. PAY in PARTS : You can pay for any item during 2-3 months. Just make a deposit 10% and the item will wait for you.WORKMASTER : Karl Gustaf Hjalmar Armfelt was a Finnish silversmith and Faberge workmaster. Born in Artjarvi, Finland 6 April 1873. Petersburg at 42 Gorohovaya Street. He became a journeyman in 1891. He studied at the art school for five years until 1894. He worked as Faberge's workmaster beginning in 1895, and used the mark YA in Cyrillic. Hjalmar Armfelt also worked under the silversmith Antti (Anders) Nevalainen and became his closest assistant in 1901. Armfelt produced objects for Faberge until 1916, working on projects like those of Johan Viktor Aarne, like tiny gem-set frames, silver-mounted birchwood frames, hardstone frames, gem-set enameled gold articles and silver figures on hardstone base. Armfelt moved to Finland in 1920. Hjalmar Armfelt died 7 July in 1959. The item "RARE RUSSIAN IMPERIAL ANTIQUE GOLD JADE CUP, BOXED" is in sale since Tuesday, April 6, 2021. This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Non-U.
The seller is "ww2_army" and is located in Blaine, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.