Each spoon is hallmarked on stem with combined 84 standard and city mark - St. Also one spoon has an additional maker's mark initials "AH" 84 standard and the assayer's initials in Cyrillic. Characters for Yakov Lyapimov, St. The box stamped : in Norwegian language - Gullsmed (Jeweler) B. Bingen and addresse of retail jeweler store in Oslo, Norway.
Measures: each spoon is 12 cm. Weight: each spoon is 28 grams. Wear, the set was lightly cleaned. All items are accurately described to the best of our knowledge and the pictures serve as part of the description. Please check my store for other listings.
(18361901) was born in Finland. Where he completed his apprenticeship before travelling to St.
Qualified as workmaster in 1868, in 1870 opened his own workshop in St. Kollin worked for August Holmstrom.And was soon put in charge of all Faberge. Workshops, a post he held until 1886 when he was replaced by Michael Perkhin. He was Fabergé's first chief jeweler. Specialized in gold and silver articles, most of them in an archaic style of the period. The artefacts produced Kollin for Fabergé before his departure in 1886 generally bears his initials EK, together with Fabergé's hallmark and are frequently to be found in a Fabergé box. Evidently these pre-date the change of hallmarks in 1899. Objects bearing EK mark only and produced between 1885 and 1899 should be considered as the work of an independent operator, unless cased by Fabergé. Master in 1857 with his own workshop. Senior member of Faberge's. Workshop, he was head jeweler and also produced parts for composite articles. Continued in his father's footsteps after his death and used the same mark. The item "Antique Erik Kollin Imperial Russian 84 Silver Gilt & Enamel Set 12 Spoons" is in sale since Thursday, July 20, 2017.
This item is in the category "Antiques\Silver\Sterling Silver (. The seller is "sv20000" and is located in Overland Park, Kansas. This item can be shipped worldwide.