Hallmarked 56 for Imperial Russian 14K gold, including workmaster mark for Fedor Lorié, also in. In 1912, the firm was transformed into a Partnership with the conditional capital of 800,000 rubles, co-founded by the employees of the C. Faberges Moscow branch - Alexei Fedorovich Lemkul (in the 1900s the head of the gold department) and Julio (Julius Akimovich) Guarneri, who in the 1920's had worked with C. Faberges sons Eugene and Alexander in Paris.Lorie realized orders for C. Faberge who controlled the production, marketing and assortment of the Partnership.
The firm produced silverware, houseware and interior items, a variety of frames for crystal and jewelry. With the highest craftsmanship, the technique of casting and minting was used, combined with the elements of stamped ornament. In the jewelry they used enamel, supplementing the precious and ornamental stones. In stylistic terms, the items made by the firm were distinguished by great variety - from styling the ornaments of Western European and Russian art of the 17th-19th centuries to the Modern and Neo-Russian styles.In 1916, the company ceased operations. The item "Antique Imperial Russian Gold Royal Stick Pin Romanov Grand Duchess FEDOR LORIE" is in sale since Thursday, April 23, 2020.
This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Decorative Collectible Brands\Faberge". The seller is "galleryoff5th" and is located in New York, New York. This item can be shipped worldwide.