Attributed Maker's Mark(s): "Fabergé"
Information: The House of Fabergé was a jewelry firm founded in 1842 by Gustav Fabergé, in St. Petersberg, Imperial Russia. His son, Peter Carl Fabergé, is known for his extremely ornate, Fabergé Eggs that he presented to the Russian Tsars. These golden eggs were jeweled, enameled, and would open to reveal another egg inside, which would open to reveal a hen.
Attributed Maker's Mark(s): "84 FI"
Information: Founded in 1935. The "84 FI" hallmark is a registered Italian trademark for Figli Di Vittorio Franconeri Di Lidia Franconeri & C., translating to "Son of Victor & Lidia Franconeri & Co." They were the 84th registered jeweler in Firenze, Italy.