Faberge Silver Cake Basket

  • This rare and stunning bread basket is the work of the renowned firm of Fabergé
  • Work master Stefan Wakeva's cornucopia design exemplifies Fabergé’s refined aesthetic
  • Fine Fabergé silver is exceedingly rare to acquire
  • Many of the firm's works were destroyed during the Revolution, making existing pieces highly coveted
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Item No. 29-3652

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This rare Fabergé silver cake basket was created by workmaster Stefan Wakeva (Stephan Wäkewä) during his tenure at the Moscow workshop (1908-1917). The simplicity of its form is perfectly complemented by an intricate band of repoussé and chased cornucopia encircling the entire rim of the basket. Fine silver from the House of Fabergé is indeed becoming 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.

The basket is marked with the Fabergé stamp in Cyrilic, the work master mark “S.W.” for Stefan Wakeva, and the 84 zolotnik stamp.

Circa 1910

8 3/4" wide x 6" deep x 3 1/4" high
With handle: 7" high
This extremely rare Fabergé silver bread basket boasts a refined cornucopia design
Maker: Fabergé
Period: 20th Century
Origin: Russia
Type: Baskets
Depth: 6.0 Inches
Length: 9
Width: 8.75 Inches
Height: 3.25 Inches

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