This fake clock has the "imperial provenance"
of a crown and cipher of Alexander III. These poorly struck marks
attribute this piece to Anders Nevalainen, who rarely (if ever)
made any clocks. Also, although he worked in St. Petersburg, the
correct marks for Nevalainen actually include the punch of the
Moscow branch of the firm: the double-headed eagle with Kfaberge
in Cyrillic. Lastly, the asking price of $3,500 for this piece
is way below the real value of a Faberge gold clock.
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