Bilberry Twig, 1880s
by firm of Fabergé
Gold, nephrite, lapis lazuli, rock-crystal, moulding, carving, repoussé.
Height 14.2 cm.
In the collection of A.K. Rudanovsky in St. Petersburg until 1919. This piece is very similar to the Whortleberry Twig in a Vase, made of Chalcedony, which is ascribed to Fabergé and is in the Cleveland Art Museum.
Nicholas and Alexandra - The Last Imperial Family of Tsarist Russia
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