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Imperial Russia FABERGE dessert spoon set 6x

Item ID:3995

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See scan - absolutely perfect condition. This is a nice and scarce full set of 6 sterling silver Imperial Russian jeweler Faberge dessert spoons or very large teaspoons. Total weight of all 6 spoons is about 226 grams or about 9 ounces of silver and each spoon is 145mm in length. Every spoon is elaborately crafted with typical Faberge motifs and has a PO or OP monogram cypher engraved towards handle of each piece. All of the spoons are marked with a Cyrillic KF maker's mark for Carl / Karl Faberge, as well as silver '84' kokoshnik hallmark and Cyrillic Ivan Lebedkin 'IL' assay mark. The whole set is in absolutely perfect condition with NO dings or any other imperfection. LIFETIME GUARANTEED AUTHENTIC! Its is very hard to find a full set of 6 Faberge dessert spoons, as usually only single or non complete pieces are offered for sale. Scarce Imperial Russian silverware collector group and one of the rare Faberge silver dessert spoons sets.


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