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Fabergé White Guilloché Enamel Cane
- This gold and guilloché enamel Fabergé walking stick handle boasts exceptional quality
- The cane was crafted by Fabergé artist Henrik Wigström
- Exemplary of the luxury the firm produced, items like this remain prized by collectors
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The House of Fabergé was founded in 1842 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, by Gustav. . .
The House of Fabergé was founded in 1842 in Saint Petersburg, Russia, by Gustav Faberge. In 1872, Peter Carl Fabergé took over his father's small jewelry atelier and transformed it into the world's largest decorative arts enterprise of its kind. The firm built a devoted clientele, including members of the Romanov Imperial family, for whom they crafted their most precious pieces and the firm’s celebrated Easter eggs. In 1917, the Russian Revolution brought an end to the Romanov dynasty, the exile of Peter Carl Fabergé to Switzerland and a definitive halt to the original House of Fabergé. In the wake of the Revolution, many Fabergé treasures were lost or destroyed. This walking stick is exemplary of the high-quality, luxury creations of the firm that remain prized by collectors.
Marked "H.W." for initials of workmaster Henrik Wigström
Stamped with "56 AP" standard mark
Handle: 5" high x 7/8" diameter
Walking stick: 36 1/4" length