Fabergé Jeweled Two-Color Gold and Enamel Presentation Pendant
Workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, circa 1906
Cartouche-shaped, surmounted with a scrollwork mount centering a flowerhead, with gold suspension loop, the front centering an oval reserve with the Cyrillic monogram NK over a translucent red enamel ground, all above the enameled dates 1893-1896 and 1903-1906, enclosing four pages engraved with facsimile signatures, the reverse centering an enameled inscription in Russian: [To] N.N. Koch from [his] comrades and colleagues of the Okhta Gunpowder Factory. Height 1 9/16 (4 cm.).
The Okhta Gunpowder Factory, founded by Peter the Great in St. Petersburg in 1715, is Russia's oldest producer of gunpowder, explosives and ammunition.
Additional Notes & Condition Report
Assaymaster's mark Cyrillic "AR" (1904-1908)
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