1890s Russian Gold Dip Pen by Friedrich Köchli St. Petersburg
From the Romanov era, period of Tsar Alexander III or Nicholas II of solid gold tapered design made by the renowned Russian imperial court jeweler, Friedrich Köchli. The reeded gold fountain pen is fitted with a gold nib. In original fitted retailer’s box stamped K.A.Hahn and Company, Nevskii Prospekt, no. 26, St. Petersburg in Cyrillic
Stamped with initials of maker, Friedrich Köchli, with St. Petersburg crossed scepter hallmark for 1890s and 56.
9 ¼ in. (23.5 cm.) long; 28.5 grams.
Literature: Beyond Fabergé: Imperial Russian Jewelry by Marie Betteley and David Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, Schiffer, 2020, page 309.
For a dip pen in silver by Fabergé, see Dealer ref. no. 243M.