This rare and exquisite 275-piece silver flatware service for 12 by Fabergé, the most revered name in luxury, was produced by the firm's prestigious workshop in Moscow, a city that was long considered the center of Russian silver and goldsmithing. Arguably one of the finest sets of silver ever created by Fabergé's master artisans, this service boasts an elegant Neoclassical pattern highlighted by a laurel leaf and acanthus motif. Touches such as full and partial gilding, and even the use of ivory for the salad serving set, bring this service to the height of opulence. A work of outstanding execution, this highly distinctive set would add elegance and history to your next formal dinner. This is truly a remarkable opportunity to own an important treasure by one of the world's most legendary makers.
This set is housed in its custom-fitted oak chest.
Each utensil is stamped "K. Fabergé" in Cyrillic with the Imperial warrant and the 88 zolotnik mark, with the exception of the salts and asparagus tongs, which are marked 84 zolotniks (the Old Russian standard of weight for precious metals).