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c. 1900

RCIN 9258

This seal was kept on King George V’s desk at Buckingham Palace and is thought to be the one he purchased from the London branch on 28 October 1912 for £19. It consists of a handle of polished nephrite with red and yellow gold, diamond and ruby mounts in the form of a band, from which swags of leaves centred by a rose are suspended. The handle is mounted on a base of red and yellow gold in the form of an entwined dolphin. The gold matrix is engraved with the crowned cipher of the King. Mark of Michael Perchin; Fabergé in Cyrillic characters Text adapted from Fabergé in the Royal Collection

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