Fabergé Red Enamel Walking Stick

  • This exceptional Fabergé cane was created by workmaster Mikhail Perkhin
  • Perkhin was a leading Fabergé workmaster who created the firm's famed eggs
  • This cane embodies the grandeur and quality for which the maker is known
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Item No. 31-3592

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In this exceptional Fabergé cane by workmaster Michael Evlampievich Perchin (Perkhin), a dramatic, crimson enamel handle is perfectly balanced by diamond and 14K yellow gold accents. Perchin was Fabergé’s most important workmaster. His workshop produced all types of precious objects, including all of the famed “Fabergé eggs” for the Russian Imperial family. Under Perchin's masterful eye, Fabergé created some of its most innovative work. Along with those items designed by the famed Henrik Wigström, with whom Perchin worked closely, pieces by Perchin are highly coveted by collectors. This walking stick is exemplary of his high-quality, luxury creations for the firm. 

The collar bears the maker's mark of Mikhail Perkhin with the 56 zolotniks mark, indicating the cane is crafted of 14K gold.

Circa 1890

33" length
Fabergé Red Enamel Walking Stick
Maker: Fabergé
Period: 19th Century
Origin: Russia
Type: Decorative
Depth: 1.0 Inches
Width: 1.0 Inches
Height: 33.0 Inches

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