Condition as seen per photograph.
Condition report: good. Year 1922.
Provenance - The family of Albert and Nora McGill. The McGill family were influential industrialists who are accredited for playing a significant role in the founding of Russia's cotton mill industry in the mid-19th century. Albert's first cousin, Emma, married Allan Bowe who had close ties with the Fabergé lineage, and became their retail representative in London in the early 20th century.
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- Yellow gold
- Material Fineness
- 18 kt.
- Bloodstone Crest (Sine Fine) Important Ties to Fabergé
- Total Weight
- 4.16 g
- Good condition - used with some signs of wear