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A traveling pencil by famous Faberge jeweler I. Britzin who worked for Faberge till 1909 and died in 1912, see the last photo.
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8 cm without loop and suspension (photo 1). Coming with the box from Wartski, London.
The pencil holder was made 1908-1912 in St. Petersburg.
The Guilloche enamel is free of damages.
The spelling of the maker's last name is different by source since there is Russian letter "ц" right in the middle of his last name which has no similarity in Latin, but sounds like "C" in German. There is also no "T" or "Z"which are badly mimicking the letter "ц" in his last name and "Y" and "E" are also wrong, it should be "i" instead. It is Bri(ц)in.
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