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1872-98 (made)
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Place Of Origin

Gold stick pin, the head enamelled in red and set with rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds in the form of a Russian imperial crown above the monogram E


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Engraved and enamelled gold set with rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds
Brief Description
Gold stick pin, the head enamelled in red and set with rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds in the form of an Austrian imperial crown above the monogram E , Vienna, 1872-98
Physical Description
Gold stick pin, the head enamelled in red and set with rose- and brilliant-cut diamonds in the form of a Russian imperial crown above the monogram E
Dimensions
  • Height: 9.5cm
  • Width: 1.6cm
  • Depth: 0.8cm
Marks and Inscriptions
  • monogram E
  • Mark AK or AR (Maker's mark, possibly for the court jeweller A.E. Köchert)
  • mark incorporating 3, chamois head, A (Vienna standard mark for 3rd standard gold 1872-1922)
  • A (Vienna mark)
Object history
Made as a gift to be presented by Empress Elisabeth of Austria (1837-1898).

A gold pin with E monogram under an imperial crown set with four rubies was offered on 21 July 2005, lot 4878, by Hermann Historica GmbH, Munich.
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Collection
Accession Number
M.29-1981

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record createdJuly 27, 2006
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