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Faberge Wine Glass Marker Charms Original Imperial Gold finished

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Original Faberge Charms

Faberge Imperial Wine Glass Marker Charms
The Wine Charm Eggs. Inspired by the Imperial Eggs, a set of 6 miniature (1/2 inch) individually colored Fabergé Eggs in enamel on a guilloché ground with gold plated sterling silver swags circling them and with faceted solitare crystals at their base.

Otherwise new & unused!, perfect condition.
These Faberge Imperial are a representation of elegance and beauty.
Presented in an elegant Faberge gift box
Item: ca 3cm, (gold plated finished in 24k gold.Box: ca 20x9'5x5cm)

The Fabergé family originated in France but was forced to leave the county due to religious persecution. During the 18th century, the family settled in Russia. Peter Carl Fabergé was born on May 30, 1846, the son of a goldsmith. After apprenticing with several master goldsmiths in Germany, France and England, Peter Carl Fabergé returned to St. Petersburg a highly accomplished craftsman. In 1885, Peter Carl Faberge presented the first Imperial Egg to Czar Alexander III and soon became the most famous jeweler in the world.

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Feedback score: 99.7%
Reviews given: 331
Member since: December 9, 2014
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    El título era: “36 piezas - con caja original” aunque posteriormente hacía mención a 35, creía que era un error; si lo hubiese visto claro no habría pujado. Ahora me falta una cucharilla

    albertpinyolsole May 26, 2017

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    An alleged genuine print of GOYA ("etching with drypoint and aquatint") 
    was in fact a facsimile. Flimsy excuse. 

    GJC-Mann May 26, 2017

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    First it was as described, second the sale was cancelled by courtesy and I refunded all the money including the catawiki fees, transport cost and returning shipping cost, at the moment I didn't received the item back, your feedback is abusive.and of course unfair
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    Splendide !!!

    Thank you ! Daniel

    zexes May 24, 2017

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    oggetto bello in ottimo stato, imballaggio buono ma non perfetto, spedizione rapida

    ninolopinto May 23, 2017

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    Superb!
    Optimum delivery! Thank you !

    Daniel

    zexes May 17, 2017

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