Feodor Alexeievich Afanasiev

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Feodor Alexeievich Afanasiev was apprenticed to the silversmith E. Sistonen 1883 and 1888 and worked as a journeyman, for the jeweler Karl Bokh from 1888 to 1907. Thereafter he ran a small workshop for Fabergé at 24 Bolshaya Morskaya specializing in miniature Easter Eggs, small articles made of silver-gilt and guilloché enamel and hardstone objects mounted with enameled silver-gilt mounts. His mark is ФА in Russian Cyrillic (FA).

References[edit]

  • H.C. Bainbridge, Peter Carl Fabergé: Goldsmith and Jeweller to the Russian Imperial Court (1966)
  • G.von Habsburg-Lothringen & A.von Solodkoff, Fabergé - Court Jeweler to the Tsars (1979) ISBN 0-914427-09-1
  • Gerard Hill, G.G. Smorodinova and B.L. Ulyanova, Fabergé and the Russian master Goldsmiths (2008)