Russian Empire, Moscow
Silver, crystal, decorative stones; faceting, casting, gilding
Height 38 cm
Marks: “К.ФАБЕРЖЕ”, two-headed eagle –the Russian Empire coat of arms, mark of the Imperial Court supplier; certification mark of Moscow District Assay Department of 1908—1917; alloy “84”; No.28539
Crystal, pear-shaped pitcher, faceted with geometrical pattern with stars, with the neck silver setting, a spout, flap lid and handle designed in the Art Nouveau style. Smooth ring-shaped neck setting is adorned with four inserts of decorative stones in rectangular bezel setting. Dome-shaped lid is decorated with the fluted stripe. Ring-shaped grip, made in the form of the stylized cartouche with a stone-insert is attached to this stripe. Two fluted stripes are at two spots (places) on The geometrized handle is ornated with two fluted stripes as well.