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FABERGE - ELEGANT SILVER, ROSEWOOD STAMP BOX

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FABERGÉ - ELEGANT SILVER, ROSEWOOD STAMP BOX
Antique Russian FABERGÉ Silver-Mounted Rosewood Stamp Box - a beautiful FABERGÉ item. When you touch and hold a piece of Fabergé sterling, you are in contact with something truly exceptional. It connects you not only to the era of the czars but also to an even more ancient lineage, representing the grandeur of imperial courts throughout history.
HALLMARKS: '84' silver standard and 'K. FABERGÉ' in Cyrillic. Attributed to the workmaster Karl Gustaf Hjalmar (1873-1959) a Swedish/Finnish workmaster, producing enameled objects for FABERGÉ until 1916. There is also number '18201' scrawled on the item. Some of the FABERGÉ items were marked with numbers (This method was used for internal works in FABERGÉ shops - different artists worked on different parts of the same item, they marked each part with an item number so they know which item it belongs to).
ASSAYER: Assay of Ivan Lebedkin on interior lid rim, additional assay mark of Ivan Lebedkin on exterior of lid rim at front of box.
CONDITION: Overall good condition. Signs of age and wear. For further information, please refer to the pictures.
PROVENANCE: 1. By origin, from a family of Russian emigrants in the THIRD generation in the USA, Seattle, Washington; 2. Hindman, Chicago, Illinois, USA, March 15, 2023 (the winner will receive this information); 3. Our sale of this item adds another layer of provenance (please print this page). History of sale is very IMPORTANT for serious collection.
DIMENSIONS: 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches (5.7 x 5.7 x 4 cm). Weight: 68 grams.
ESTIMATED PRICE: $2,000 - $15,000 (significantly lower than today's market price). You have a GREAT CHANCE to purchase a rare item for your collection, and over the years, its price will only INCREASE.
HISTORY of SALES: A few years ago, Russian Imperial boxses were sold on Live Auctioneers, Heritage, Sotheby's and Christie's for 18,000-$24,000 (estimated, 5 years ago), $20,000 (11 years ago), $30,500 (14 years ago), and $52,500 (7 years ago) - please refer to the screenshots for details. Today, prices have significantly increased compared to those of 5-10 years ago.
WARRANTY: The buyer has 3 days to inspect items for originality, valued at up to $5,000, and 5 days for items valued at $5,000 or more. Items can be returned to the seller for a refund; please refer to the Terms for more details.
NO RESERVE: Most of the auctioned items have NO reserve price or have reserve prices set at incredibly low levels, typically ranging from 30-40% of the low estimate price.
PAYMENT: For this particular item, please use Wire transfer, Zelle, Certified Check, or Money Order as methods of payment. You can also suggest other methods of payment. Canadian winners can make payments to a Canadian Bank in CAD via Check, Money Order, Wire Transfer, or Interac e-Transfer.
PAY in PARTS - HOW it WORKS: You can pay for any item over a period of 3-6 months. To get started, please make a 10% deposit, and the item will be reserved for you. 10% means - if you won an item for $550, your minimum first payment equals $55. Simply make the deposit using any method listed on the invoice. The remaining balance can be paid in installments over up to 6 months at your convenience. The items will be sent to you once the full payment is made. NO interest will be added. Over the past few years, many people have found this option to be very HELPFUL. Even PayPal RECENTLY added the possibility to 'Pay in Parts' (please note: we have been using it for a few years!).
FREE SHIPPING: For item valued at $5,000 or more, domestic shipping is FREE. For other items, domestic shipping costs by registered mail range from $18.85 to $24.85 - much lower than in other places. Additionally, for XPress post shipping, the costs range from $48.85 to $68.85 (XPress post offers 100% safety; according to our experience, packages sent by XPress post have never been lost). There are NO pick-up fees, NO handling fees, and NO transportation fees. Combined shipping is available, and the shipping fee for each additional item is ONE DOLLAR.
NEW: Buyers who are satisfied with our service and give us a 5-star rating will receive FREE domestic shipping for ONE YEAR !!
WELCOME: We welcome new bidders and will ship the item according to your instructions. free to inquire about this new and exciting feature.
PLEASE NOTE: If you want to buy this item, please make a bid now. Any offer is welcome. Lots that do NOT have any bids or have only ONE bid on them will be CLOSED three days before the auction starts and will not be included in it. Currently, there are 700+ items available for preview, but there will be ONLY 400 items in the Live Auction. Please bid NOW.

A LIFETIME WARRANTY is provided for the originality of this particular item manufactured during the described period of time.
BEST INVESTMENT: If you are an individual or an investment company concerned about preserving your capital in these uncertain times, items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY are the best way to do so. Consider this: traditional banks typically offer annual returns of 1-3% on your funds, while inflation exceeds 5%. In contrast, collectible items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY can yield a minimum profit of 30-50% per year - with no associated risks. Some of our items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY have the potential to generate immediate profits of 100% or even more!! By the way, our estimated price is much lower than the market price for this item now. Please explore our "HISTORY of SALES" section and look at the screenshots for samples of similar items sold at renowned auctions, such as Sotheby's, Christie's, Live Auctioneers, eBay, and more. The choice is YOURS.

Hjalmar ARMFELT: Karl Gustaf Hjalmar Armfelt was a Finnish silversmith and Fabergé workmaster. Born in Artjarvi, Finland 6 April 1873. In 1886, at age 13, he was apprenticed to the Finnish silversmith Paul Sohlman (1898-1904) in St.Petersburg at 42 Gorohovaya Street. He became a journeyman in 1891. He studied at the art school for five years until 1894. He worked as FABERGÉ's workmaster beginning in 1895, and used the mark YA in Cyrillic. Hjalmar Armfelt also worked under the silversmith Antti (Anders) Nevalainen and became his closest assistant in 1901. He became a master in 1904 and was given the exclusive opportunity to buy the workshop of Johan Victor Aarne. Armfelt produced objects for FABERGÉ until 1916, working on projects like those of Johan Viktor Aarne, like tiny gem-set frames, silver-mounted birchwood frames, hardstone frames, gem-set enameled gold articles and silver figures on hardstone base.

Karl FABERGÉ: Peter Charles Fabergé was born in Russia, in St.-Petersburg on May, 30th, 1846. His father Gustav, of Huguenot extraction, was an unassuming jeweller who had been independently active since 1841. In 1860, Carl FABERGÉ accompanied his parents on their move to Dresden. From there his father sent him on a tour of Europe, with stops in Frankfurt, Florence, and Paris. Back in St. Petersburg by 1866 as a full-fledged master, Carl joined Hiskias Pendin, August Holmstrom, and Wilhelm Reimer, all of whom had been employed by his father. In 1868 a Finnish goldsmith, Erik Kollin, was attached to the firm. Four years later Carl FABERGÉ took over his father's workshop, with Kollin as his first head workmaster.
Condition Report: Used

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For Serious Investor !
Best Investment with Lifetime Warranty !!
FABERGÉ - ELEGANT SILVER, ROSEWOOD STAMP BOX
Antique Russian FABERGÉ Silver-Mounted Rosewood Stamp Box - a beautiful FABERGÉ item. When you touch and hold a piece of Fabergé sterling, you are in contact with something truly exceptional. It connects you not only to the era of the czars but also to an even more ancient lineage, representing the grandeur of imperial courts throughout history.
HALLMARKS: '84' silver standard and 'K. FABERGÉ' in Cyrillic. Attributed to the workmaster Karl Gustaf Hjalmar (1873-1959) a Swedish/Finnish workmaster, producing enameled objects for FABERGÉ until 1916. There is also number '18201' scrawled on the item. Some of the FABERGÉ items were marked with numbers (This method was used for internal works in FABERGÉ shops - different artists worked on different parts of the same item, they marked each part with an item number so they know which item it belongs to).
ASSAYER: Assay of Ivan Lebedkin on interior lid rim, additional assay mark of Ivan Lebedkin on exterior of lid rim at front of box.
CONDITION: Overall good condition. Signs of age and wear. For further information, please refer to the pictures.
PROVENANCE: 1. By origin, from a family of Russian emigrants in the THIRD generation in the USA, Seattle, Washington; 2. Hindman, Chicago, Illinois, USA, March 15, 2023 (the winner will receive this information); 3. Our sale of this item adds another layer of provenance (please print this page). History of sale is very IMPORTANT for serious collection.
DIMENSIONS: 2 1/4 x 2 1/4 x 1 1/2 inches (5.7 x 5.7 x 4 cm). Weight: 68 grams.
ESTIMATED PRICE: $2,000 - $15,000 (significantly lower than today's market price). You have a GREAT CHANCE to purchase a rare item for your collection, and over the years, its price will only INCREASE.
HISTORY of SALES: A few years ago, Russian Imperial boxses were sold on Live Auctioneers, Heritage, Sotheby's and Christie's for 18,000-$24,000 (estimated, 5 years ago), $20,000 (11 years ago), $30,500 (14 years ago), and $52,500 (7 years ago) - please refer to the screenshots for details. Today, prices have significantly increased compared to those of 5-10 years ago.
WARRANTY: The buyer has 3 days to inspect items for originality, valued at up to $5,000, and 5 days for items valued at $5,000 or more. Items can be returned to the seller for a refund; please refer to the Terms for more details.
NO RESERVE: Most of the auctioned items have NO reserve price or have reserve prices set at incredibly low levels, typically ranging from 30-40% of the low estimate price.
PAYMENT: For this particular item, please use Wire transfer, Zelle, Certified Check, or Money Order as methods of payment. You can also suggest other methods of payment. Canadian winners can make payments to a Canadian Bank in CAD via Check, Money Order, Wire Transfer, or Interac e-Transfer.
PAY in PARTS - HOW it WORKS: You can pay for any item over a period of 3-6 months. To get started, please make a 10% deposit, and the item will be reserved for you. 10% means - if you won an item for $550, your minimum first payment equals $55. Simply make the deposit using any method listed on the invoice. The remaining balance can be paid in installments over up to 6 months at your convenience. The items will be sent to you once the full payment is made. NO interest will be added. Over the past few years, many people have found this option to be very HELPFUL. Even PayPal RECENTLY added the possibility to 'Pay in Parts' (please note: we have been using it for a few years!).
FREE SHIPPING: For item valued at $5,000 or more, domestic shipping is FREE. For other items, domestic shipping costs by registered mail range from $18.85 to $24.85 - much lower than in other places. Additionally, for XPress post shipping, the costs range from $48.85 to $68.85 (XPress post offers 100% safety; according to our experience, packages sent by XPress post have never been lost). There are NO pick-up fees, NO handling fees, and NO transportation fees. Combined shipping is available, and the shipping fee for each additional item is ONE DOLLAR.
NEW: Buyers who are satisfied with our service and give us a 5-star rating will receive FREE domestic shipping for ONE YEAR !!
WELCOME: We welcome new bidders and will ship the item according to your instructions. free to inquire about this new and exciting feature.
PLEASE NOTE: If you want to buy this item, please make a bid now. Any offer is welcome. Lots that do NOT have any bids or have only ONE bid on them will be CLOSED three days before the auction starts and will not be included in it. Currently, there are 700+ items available for preview, but there will be ONLY 400 items in the Live Auction. Please bid NOW.

A LIFETIME WARRANTY is provided for the originality of this particular item manufactured during the described period of time.
BEST INVESTMENT: If you are an individual or an investment company concerned about preserving your capital in these uncertain times, items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY are the best way to do so. Consider this: traditional banks typically offer annual returns of 1-3% on your funds, while inflation exceeds 5%. In contrast, collectible items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY can yield a minimum profit of 30-50% per year - with no associated risks. Some of our items with a LIFETIME WARRANTY have the potential to generate immediate profits of 100% or even more!! By the way, our estimated price is much lower than the market price for this item now. Please explore our "HISTORY of SALES" section and look at the screenshots for samples of similar items sold at renowned auctions, such as Sotheby's, Christie's, Live Auctioneers, eBay, and more. The choice is YOURS.

Hjalmar ARMFELT: Karl Gustaf Hjalmar Armfelt was a Finnish silversmith and Fabergé workmaster. Born in Artjarvi, Finland 6 April 1873. In 1886, at age 13, he was apprenticed to the Finnish silversmith Paul Sohlman (1898-1904) in St.Petersburg at 42 Gorohovaya Street. He became a journeyman in 1891. He studied at the art school for five years until 1894. He worked as FABERGÉ's workmaster beginning in 1895, and used the mark YA in Cyrillic. Hjalmar Armfelt also worked under the silversmith Antti (Anders) Nevalainen and became his closest assistant in 1901. He became a master in 1904 and was given the exclusive opportunity to buy the workshop of Johan Victor Aarne. Armfelt produced objects for FABERGÉ until 1916, working on projects like those of Johan Viktor Aarne, like tiny gem-set frames, silver-mounted birchwood frames, hardstone frames, gem-set enameled gold articles and silver figures on hardstone base.

Karl FABERGÉ: Peter Charles Fabergé was born in Russia, in St.-Petersburg on May, 30th, 1846. His father Gustav, of Huguenot extraction, was an unassuming jeweller who had been independently active since 1841. In 1860, Carl FABERGÉ accompanied his parents on their move to Dresden. From there his father sent him on a tour of Europe, with stops in Frankfurt, Florence, and Paris. Back in St. Petersburg by 1866 as a full-fledged master, Carl joined Hiskias Pendin, August Holmstrom, and Wilhelm Reimer, all of whom had been employed by his father. In 1868 a Finnish goldsmith, Erik Kollin, was attached to the firm. Four years later Carl FABERGÉ took over his father's workshop, with Kollin as his first head workmaster.
Condition Report: Used

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