AN ENAMELLED GOLD-MOUNTED HARDSTONE BOUQUET OF BLACKBERRY SPRAYS

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With obsidian (ripe) and rhodonite (unripe) berries, chalcedony flowers and nephrite leaves on gold stems, the five sprays standing in a fluted glass vase on a lobed oval base with alternate yellow guilloche enamel flutes and laurel-leaf stripes, on four stud feet, bearing the marks of Faberge and Wigstrom.
A typical example of an early Faberge imitation similar to flowers produced by the Paris workshop after 1924.