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Fabergé and Russian Silver at Important Spring Sale

Viewing: May 29th – June 3rd at Berzelii Park 1, Stockholm
Open: Mon–Fri 11–18, Sat–Sun 11–17
Auction: June 4th–5th at Arsenalsgatan 2, Stockholm
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Bukowskis is proud to present several Fabergé objects at our Important Spring Sale, this spring’s major hammer auction. The objects will be sold on 4–5 June and will be available to view at Berzelii Park 1 in Stockholm between 29 May and 3 June.

In this years International Spring Sale there are several interesting Russian pieces of silver and jewelry - "buried treasures" with provenances such as Nobel and Standertsköld. Among these are an unusual gold box with enamel and miniatures. The box was buried (together with other valuables) by the Noble family during the Russian Revolution and when the treasure was found again sadly the miniatures had been damaged from the damp soil.

The sculptural decanter is marked Vaillant and St. Petersburg, a maker known for his sculptural pieces of silver with strong impressions and unusual designs of highest quality. In 1885 it was the first price in the "Helsinki Regatta" and was given to Baron Emil Standertskölds salingboat "Nanna".

Within the large jewelry department one can found several interesting pieces such as the pair of Fabergé clips with aquamarines and a beautiful rock crystal pendant by Alma Pihl with her typical snowflake design, who often were ordered by Emanuel Nobel to be given as gifts at his grand dinners.

1034. Fabergé, a jewelled platinum and rock-crystal pendant, design Alma Pihl.
Hammer price 
2 150 000 SEK
350 000 - 400 000 SEK


Carl Barkman
Carl Barkman
Head Specialist Fine Art and Antiques
+46 (0)708 92 19 71
Cecilia Andrén
Cecilia Andrén
Head specialist Jewellery
+46 (0)790 78 03 20
Anna Wehtje
Anna Wehtje
Head specialist Silver & Objects of Vertu
+46 (0)703 18 24 31