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Lot 339
A set of six silver Fiddle pattern tea spoons, by Faberge, also with Moscow Kokoshnik mark, 1908 - 1917 (6)
Sold for £360 (US$ 612) inc. premium
Lot Details
A set of six silver Fiddle pattern tea spoons,
by Faberge, also with Moscow Kokoshnik mark, 1908 - 1917, weight 6.25oz. (6)
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