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A FABERGÉ CARVED LAPIS LAZULI, AGATE, DIAMOND-SET AND GOLD EAGLE'S HEAD PARASOL…

A Fabergé Carved Lapis Lazuli, Agate, Diamond-Set And Gold Eagle's Head Parasol Handle.

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A Fabergé Carved Agate Figure of a Falcon with Gold Legs and Diamond Eyes, St…

A FABERGÉ CARVED STRIATED AGATE FIGURE OF A SHE-GOAT, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 depicted standing, her head turned to the left and tail uplifted; with diamond eyes  With fitted holly wood box length 2 1/4 in. 5.7 cm St. Petersburg

A Fabergé Carved Striated Agate Figure of a She-Goat, St. Petersburg, circa 1900 depicted standing, her head turned to the left and tail uplifted; with diamond eyes

Warthog | c. 1900 Agate, rose diamonds

Warthog c. 1900 Agate and rose diamonds. Bought by George V from Faberge's London branch 14 December 1915 for 8 pounds 2 shillings.

Faberge Shire Horse, Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission) Description:  A Shire horse, carved in brown agate with rose diamond eyes. circa 1907. The Royal Collection

Faberge Shire Horse, Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission) Description: A Shire horse, carved in brown agate with rose diamond eyes. circa The Royal Collection by jezi.

Faberge Aardvark circa 1910. Agate, rose diamonds.

Aardvark c. 1910 Agate and rose cut diamonds An aardvark carved in banded agate in shades of brown, blue, ochre and grey, with rose diamond eyes. Provenance Bought by King George V on 25 November 1914 from Fabergé's London branch,

The Royal Collection: Pair of macaques - Monkeys of all varieties, in a range of poses, were produced in Fabergé's workshops and were clearly popular with all his customers. Four were purchased by the royal family from the London Branch between 1907 and 1916. There are now seven monkeys, four chimpanzees and one baboon in the Royal Collection

The Royal Collection: Pair of macaques - Monkeys of all varieties, in a range of poses, were produced in Fabergé's workshops and were clearly popular with all his customers. Four were purchased by the royal family from the London Branch between 1907 and 1

Pekingese figure made by Carl Fabergé. UK, 1907, precious stone. The Royal Collection © 2012, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

Pekingese figure made by Carl Fabergé. The Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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