Fabergé .916 Silver-gilt and Cloisonné-enameled Kovsh, Moscow, 1908-17, Feodor Rückert, workmaster, 88 Kokoshnik standard, marked in "K. Fabergé" with the Imperial Warrant in incuse lettering, also bearing later Russian assay marks, and rubbed mark possibly "M Yu" in Cyrillic, the raised prow formed as stylized dragon's head and the reticulated handle its' tail, decorated throughout in varicolored and shaded enamel in the pan-Slavic style, lg. 5 3/4 in., approx. 5.2 troy oz.
Numerous restored areas including top surface of handle, one "eye," small scroll to right of prow joint, front left segment below prow (lg. about 1 in.). One side with three lunettes around the rim with restoration (one extending further into the field) and an area with a foliate scroll on the handle end (lg. 1 1/2 in.). The other side with restoration to one lunette, two crosshatched segments and a foliate scroll near prow (about lg. 1 in.)
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