Russian silver five piece individual table place setting by Karl Fabergé, Moscow . Late 19th century, 88 zolotniki, in a shell and thread pattern of good gauge, comprising: a table knife with a steel blade, a table fork, a table spoon, a tea and a coffee spoon all in a Fabergé oak fitted box.
in 1882, Karl Fabergé took sole responsibility for running his father’s company. He was awarded the title Master Goldsmith and therefore had his own hallmark in addition to that of the firm.
Weight of four pieces 287g (9.2 oz), not including the knife