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Couple being married in front of a crowd of dignitaries
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FEODOR RÜCKERT (1851-1914)


c. 1911

RCIN 32475

Decorated with complex cloisonné enamels of neo-Russian or Pan-Slavic style. This kovsh is typical of the advanced style of the enameller, Feodor Rückert, who worked for Fabergé in Moscow but also sold pieces independently. The kovsh bears English import marks for 1911, indicating that it was sold through the London branch of Fabergé.

Possibly acquired by King Edward VII
  • Fabergé imperial warrant mark: initial & surname 'K.FABERGÉ' in Cyrillic characters surmounted by double-headed eagle (articles made in Moscow).

    Fabergé maker's mark: initials 'CF' in Roman letters (articles made for London & European markets).

    O.P. [mark of Feodor Ruckert]

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