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Vase with Cornflowers

Made by: Fabergé (firm) __Attr.

On view in: Adirondack Building


About this object

The vase is comprised of two blue corn flowers each on a stem in gold with three slender leaves in gold that join to forms a single stem as it enters the water in a clear rock crystal vase. Each flower has five petals with eight points. Plain vase is urn shaped bulging below, ring foot. Brown stamens are attached to base of flowers which is criss crossed and tinged green. Stems swivel somewhat.

Category:
GOLDWORK
Object name:
Vase with Cornflowers
Made from:
Gold -- enamel -- crystal
Made in:
RUSSIA (?)
Date made:
20th c.
Size:
overall __6.60 IN __ __ __1.36 IN
overall __16.78 CM __ __ __3.47 CM

Detailed information for this item

Catalog number:
11.239.1-2
Class:
GOLD
Signature marks:
NONE
Credit line:
Museum Purchase, 1981
Featured in publication:
"Fabergé Rediscovered"