Imperial Russian Faberge Samorodok silver cigarette case. The box is made by Faberge's head workmaster August Hollming(hallmarked AH and 84 silver Kokoshnik hallmark). The case has been awarded by the widow Empress Maria Feodorovna to the General Aleksei Brusilov as a commemorate gift from the celebration event on February 1913. It comes from his family estate. The case is decorated with the years 1613(the foundation of the Romanoc dynasty) and 1913.
Also depicing an enamelled portrait of Empress Maria Feodorovna decorated with Rubies and natural Pearls. The case is also decorated with the solid gold monogram cypher of Empres Maria Feodorovna, signed with 56 gold hallmark; with the Monomakh hat- The Monomakh hat. Also called the Golden Cap. Is a chief relic of the Russian Grand Princes and Tsars.
It is a symbol-crown of the Russian autocracy , and is the oldest of the crowns currently exhibited at the Kremlin Armoury ; with the St. George miniature enamelled cross; with St. Anna miniature bade 4th Class ; with the Romanov Crown; and with the miniature Star of St. 277g heavy 11.2x7.8cm The case comes with the original luxury presentation box , decorated with the Romanov eagle crest and signed in Russian Faberge, St.
Samorodok is a Russian word meaning that the metal is in its pure or natural state. The samorodok (reticulation) technique produces a textured nugget like effect simulating a molten surface.
This result is obtained by heating gold or silver to a temperature near the melting point and cooling it abruptly in water. The process was very popular in Russian and was widely used by famous silversmiths as Faberge AUTHENTICITY GUARANTEED. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.
The item "Imperial Russian Faberge Samorodok silver cigarette case. Romanov Tercentenary" is in sale since Wednesday, April 7, 2021. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Decorative Collectibles\Decorative Collectible Brands\Faberge". The seller is "riaerica2000" and is located in Sofia. This item can be shipped worldwide.