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An enamelled and gem set gold mounted smokey topaz   bonbonnière in the early eighteenth century taste   by Carl Fabergé,    naturalistically carved from smokey topaz in the form of a sea shell,   the hinged gold lid enamelled opaque dark blue and decorated with   gold foliate scrolls, bordered with rose diamonds, the thumbpiece   a cabochon ruby flanked by two rose diamonds    Chief Workmaster: Michael Evamplevitch Perchin,  St. Petersburg, circa 1890,

An enamelled and gem set gold mounted smokey topaz bonbonnière in the early eighteenth century taste by Carl Fabergé

An enameled gold and gem set hardstone box in the form of a shell by Carl Fabergé, naturalistically carved from smokey quartz, the undulating hinged gold lid edged with chased gold rocaille and enameled chartreuse green over a sunburst guillochage emanating from a trellis set with rose diamonds at its interstices, the thumb piece set with a cabochon ruby flanked by old brilliant cut diamonds. Moscow, pre 1896. The box is modeled on eighteenth century gold mounted natural shell snuffbox…

An enamelled gold and gem set hardstone box in the form of a shell by Carl Fabergé

Several scent flacons in this form, imitating earlier Chinese carving, were made in Fabergé’s workshops. A Fabergé scent flacon in jade was purchased by Queen Alexandra at Lady Paget’s charity bazaar in 1904. Aventurine quartz, gold, rose diamonds, cabochon ruby, circa 1900

Several scent flacons in this form, imitating earlier Chinese carving, were made in Fabergé’s workshops. A Fabergé scent flacon in jade was purchased by Queen Alexandra at Lady Paget’s charity bazaar in

THE ROMANOV'S JEWELRY~ FABERGE || Russian Imperial Presentation Miniature Egg Pendants with Gold Cipher of Empress Maria Feodorovna. These miniature eggs are linked directly to the Tsarist family, making them very rare and highly important. Such eggs, decorated with the cipher of  Empress Maria Feodorovna, were given personally by the Empress to female members of the Royal family and ladies-in-waiting at Easter time.

FABERGE Russian Imperial Presentation Miniature Egg Pendants with Gold Cipher of Empress Maria Feodorovna These miniature eggs are linked directly to the T

Fabergé desk seal, c. 1900, carved from rock crystal formed as square-sectioned column with canted corners; hung from a border with red and dull green chased gold foliate swags, set with four cabochon rubies. Probably acquired by King Edward VII.

Fabergé desk seal, c. carved from rock crystal formed as square-sectioned column with canted corners; hung from a border with red and dull green chased gold foliate swags, set with four cabochon rubies. Probably acquired by King Edward VII.

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Large, twisting vessel with diagonally-incised cascading folds by SAKIYAMA Takayuki, Japan. Joan B Mirviss LTD, New York

Fabergé. Rose gold Beetle Brooch. It has 19 white diamonds, two rubies set as eyes and large green citrine set as abdomen. Early 20th century, #Russia.

Fabergé - Beetle Brooch: rose gold, 19 white diamonds, ruby eyes, large green citrine set as abdomen.

Box, Fabergé, Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (1860-1903) (workmaster), 1903, bloodstone, gold, enamel, cabochon mecca stone, diamond, pearls

This Fabergé fan-shaped box formed part of Queen Mary’s collection. The body of the box is of bloodstone, the pushpiece is a cabochon moonstone.

A SUPERB gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel antique Russian tea glass holder by the 11th Artel, made in Moscow between 1908 and 1917, decorated in the Modern style of the 1910s.

A SUPERB antique gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel vodka cup (charka) in the Russian Modern style by Feodor Ruckert for FABERGE, made in Moscow about 1908 Antique Faberge Cloisonne Enamel on Silver Cup

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