Russian Enamel

Round table clock

    Round table clock


    Fabergé firm, Anders Nevalainen gold and silverware workshop, Heinrich Moser and Co.

    Silver, enamel, ivory; presswork, chasing, gilding, enamel over guilloche

    11.8 х 7.8 х 7.8 cm

    Marks: “К.ФАБЕРЖЕ”, two-headed eagle – Russian Empire coat of arms; mark of the Imperial Court supplier, maker’s mark “A.N.” certification mark of St. Petersburg District Assay Department of 1908-1917, alloy number "88. Inscription on the dial: "H. Moser & Co"


    Table clock in silver frame, made in the Neoclassical style, with ornately shaped kickstand on the rear side, closed with ivory plate.
    Round, enamel dial, with the black hour scale marks and gilded openwork hands is inserted into round frame covered with blue transparent enamel over guilloche. The external and inner (emphasizing the dial) edges of the frame are rimmed with narrow strip of acanthus. The dedication inscription in Cyrillic is engraved on the frame lateral side external edge.

    Three scales are on the dial: minutes’ scale with 60 divisions, hours’ scale, divided into 12 part, with Arabic numerals for designating hours and small scale of the seconds’ dial with Arabic numerals.