A gilded silver lacquer stamp with a lion with spear and hart, and a second lion in deer antlers.
This lacquer stamp also carries a nephrite jade bird, in the style of Fabergé.
The eyes are inlaid with 2 small cabochon rubies.
Hallmarked for English sterling silver, London year letter l for 1906 and master stamp for William Hutton & Son.
Height 3 cm
Carl Fabergé had a large collection of Japanese netsukes, that inspired him for his animal miniatures of various (semi) precious gemstones. These animals were popular with the aristocracy, and Queen Alexandra and King Edward VII had a famous collection. More than 250 different models have been sold by Fabergé London.
- sello de cera de plata bañada en oro con pájaro de jade nefrita, Sello de lacre
- .925 plata, jade, Plata dorada
- Fabergé stijl
- Periodo estimado
- País de origen
- Buen estado - usado y con signos menores de los años