Russian Varicolored Gold, Diamond, Sapphire and Synthetic Colored Stone Cigarette Case
Retailed by Kurliukov, workmaster's mark Cyrillic A.F, Moscow, 1908-1917
Rectangular, with rounded corners, with a gold-mounted cabochon sapphire push-piece, the inside base with a presentation inscription dated 1912, the cover with varicolored gold band elaborately chased with flowers and foliage, above three rows of rose-cut diamonds, and square-cut sapphires and synthetic rubies, each terminating in one oval synthetic sapphire, one oval green paste and one oval synthetic ruby. Length 4 inches (10.2 cm), 5.68 ounces (176.6 grams), all in.
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