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A JEWELLED TWO-COLOR GOLD, GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL EGG by Fabergé and with the workmaster's mark of Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908 The egg of yellow enamel over waved guilloché ground, applied with a two-color gold laurel-leaf rim, inside, with a later gold panel notched to resemble grass and a miniature realistically carved agate rabbit set with olivine eyes, the egg set on a later gold tripod stand decorated with a gold laurel-leaf rim and set in the center with a gold and red…

A JEWELLED TWO-COLOR GOLD, GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL EGG by Fabergé and with the workmaster's mark of Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908 The egg of yellow enamel over waved guilloché ground, applied with a two-color gold laurel-leaf rim, inside, with a later gold panel notched to resemble grass and a miniature realistically carved agate rabbit set with olivine eyes, the egg set on a later gold tripod stand decorated with a gold laurel-leaf rim and set in the center with a gold and red…

A Fabergé jeweled four-colour gold and enamel anniversary snuff box, workmaster H. Wigström, St Petersburg, 1908-1917, oval, enameled overall in translucent opalescent white over sunburst and banded engine-turning, the lid applied with diamond-set roman numerals XXV bordered by ribbon-tied floral sprays, jeweled outer band, the sides with richly chased four-colour gold garlands suspended by diamond-set bows.

A Fabergé jeweled four-colour gold and enamel anniversary snuff box, workmaster…

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A Fabergé two-colour gold and bowenite egg-shaped gum pot, workmaster: Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890 the handle of the brush surmounted with a fir-cone resting on a collar of ribbed star design

Alexander III Equestrian Egg, 1910

Alexander III Equestrian Monument Fabergé Egg Date 1910 Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

A Fabergé two-colour gold-mounted enamel pencil, workmaster Anna Ringe, St Petersburg, 1899-1903 -

A Fabergé two-colour gold-mounted enamel pencil, workmaster Anna Ringe, St Petersburg, enamelled in translucent purple over wavy engine-turned silver, overlaid with a spiral of chased two-colour gold laurel.

#49 Due to the Russian Revolution of 1917, the egg was never finished or presented to Tsar Nicholas' wife, the Tsaritsa Alexandra Feodorovna.  The egg, as it is known from 1917 document, was made of blue glass with a crystal base, and the Leo sign of the zodiac is engraved on the glass. (The heir to the Russian throne, Alexei Nikolaevich, Tsarevich of Russia, was a Leo). There are stars that are marked by diamonds, and there is a clock mechanism inside the egg.

The 'Blue Tsarevich Constellation' Faberge Egg ~ created in 1917 as a gift from Czar Nicholas II to his wife but was never finished or presented to her. The blue glass egg was encrusted with the constellation of the day the heir was born. The egg sat in

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A SILVER AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL BELL PUSH BY FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTERS MARK OF ANDREI GORIANOV, ST. PETERSBURG, 1896-1908

A SILVER AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL BELL PUSH BY FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTERS MARK OF ANDREI GORIANOV, ST. PETERSBURG, 1896-1908

Fabergé: Standart Yacht Egg 1909. A gift of Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexander Fiodorovna, for Easter

Fabergé: Standart Yacht Egg A gift of Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexander Fiodorovna, for Easter

A SUPERB FABERGE Antique Gem-Set Pearl White Guilloché Enamel Silver-Gilt Box with Two-Color Gold Mounts      made in St. Petersburg between 1899 and 1903 by Faberge's head workmaster Michael Perchin

A SUPERB FABERGE Antique Gem-Set Pearl White Guilloché Enamel Silver-Gilt Box with Two-Color Gold Mounts made in St. Petersburg between 1899 and 1903 by Faberge's head workmaster Michael Perchin

FABERGE JEWELRY - one of the most rare masterpieces of Faberge's workshop - a jewel parrot made of chalcedony, gold, and enamel in 1896-1903.  As many other masterpieces was sold by Christie's in 2009. Was estimated ~ 50,000 USD

One of the most rare masterpieces of Fabergé's workshop - a jewelled parrot made of chalcedony, gold, and enamel, Russia

FABERGE RUSSIAN SILVER & ENAMEL EGG w STAND

Incredible Russian silver cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

A Fabergé gem-set gold-mounted carved hardstone miniature slipper, workmaster Mikhail Perkhin, St. Petersburg, circa 1895, the slipper with curled toe carved from a pale banded agate and applied with collet-set ruby, emerald, and sapphire, the gold mount chased with a border of stylized tulips.

A Fabergé gem-set gold-mounted carved hardstone miniature slipper, workmaster…

Fabergé: 15th Anniversary Egg 1911. The grid-shaped cage work of gold/ green enamel garlands frames 18 scenes painted by court miniaturist V. Zuiev. Some of the events of Tsar Nicholas II/ Tsarina Alexandra's reign over the past 15 yrs are recorded in the historical vignettes. Individual portraits of the Tsarina, her husband & their 5 children are set w/in oval-shaped apertures bordered by diamonds

The Fifteenth Anniversary Egg. A Faberge Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at Easter 1911

Miniature tea service,Creator: Fabergé  Comprising a teapot, hot water pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, this tea set is of gold enamelled in a pale opaque bluish-white, but there is no engine turning on the metal. This deliberately plain enamelling creates the impression that the tea set is made of porcelain. The lids are each surmounted by a finial in the form of a cabochon ruby

Miniature tea service,Creator: Fabergé Comprising a teapot, hot water pot, sugar bowl and milk jug.

The Dowager (or Imperial Pelican) Fabergé Egg

Faberge - The 1898 Pelican Egg - Mikhail Perkhin and Johannes Zehngraf for Fabergé, Imperial Pelican Easter Egg,

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