Fabergé Silver and Cut Glass Inkwell

  • This stunning silver and cut glass inkwell is the work of the renowned firm of Fabergé
  • Its dramatic mask design exemplifies Fabergé’s refined aesthetic
  • Many of the firm's silver works were destroyed in the Revolution, making existing pieces desirable
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Item No. 31-6043

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This exquisite inkwell by the legendary Fabergé exudes a bygone luxury. Comprised of intricately cut glass in a star pattern, the inkwell rests upon a silver base cast with dramatic masks among foliate festoons and ribbons. Its refined, neoclassical design is completed by a silver lid with a finial in the form of a laurel wreath.

Fine silver from the House of Fabergé is indeed difficult to acquire, since most of the firm’s works, including the court and presentation pieces created for the Czar, were melted down to mint silver ingots and rubles during the political unrest that plagued Russia during the Revolution. Presented in its original fitted Fabergé oak case.

Lid interior marked with the Fabergé stamp in Cyrillic and Imperial warrant, 84 standard. Inventory numbers 31225 and 38391.

Circa 1910

7 1/2" wide x 8 1/4" deep x 7 3/8" high
Case: 9" wide x 10 3/8" deep x 10 1/4" high
Fabergé Silver and Cut Glass Inkwell
Maker: Fabergé
Period: 20th Century
Origin: Russia
Type: Inkstands
Depth: 8.25 Inches
Width: 7.5 Inches
Height: 7.38 Inches
Fabergé Silver and Cut Glass Inkwell
An Introduction to the Splendor of Fabergé

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