Russian gilded silver and cloisonne enamel caddy spoon by Henrik Wigstrom, who use to work as a headmaster for Faberge.
Circa 1896-1908, Moscow. Length-90 mm.
Fabergé was one of the main jewelers to the last two czars of the Romanov dynasty. Fabergé's work changed how jewelry was looked on in Russia, he put extra effort into producing top quality products in break-taking designs. Fabergé's masterpieces are world-known and are one of the most valuable pieces of art in the world. He was behind production of many gorgeous items such as: incredible jewelry, boxes, and lot of beautiful enamel works.
Faberge's head workmaster 1903 till 1917
Henrik Emanuel Wigstrom (1862-1923) joined Faberge's the firm in 1884, and from 1903 till 1917 served as Faberge's head workmaster.
HENRIK WIGSTROM "H.W" HALLMARK, AS WELL AS THE SILVER HALLMARK- 88.