A Faberge two color gold mounted white translucent enamel pendant egg, circa 1899-1908; each half of the egg enameled with oyster white translucent enamel over a wavy sunburst engine turned ground, the two halves separated by a vertical band of yellow gold acanthus leaves over a wider rose gold band.
A Fabergé miniature egg pendant, St. Petersburg, 1899-1904. Finely carved out of jasper and mounted with a gold bezel. The bezel is elaborately chased and engraved with rococo style scrolls and floral designs. One side of the egg is predominantly of a gun metal grey color and the other is a grey and chocolate brown peacock’s eye pattern. The gold loop rotates and thus the egg can be worn in different ways.
Fabergé's hat pin. Made by workmaster August Hollming, around 1890. As you can see, Fabergé's famous eggs were used for many different things - even as hat pins. This 6'' (15.2 cm) long pin is made of gold, with it's egg-shaped head covered in translucent mauve enamel over a hatched surface. Around the base of the egg sits a chased leaf collar, and at it's top a diamond set terminal.
*A FABERGÉ GEM-SET GOLD AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL EASTER EGG PENDANT, WORKMASTER AUGUST HOLLMING, ST. PETERSBURG, 1898-1908 mounted with three seed pearls, each surrounded by rings of alternating cobalt blue over a guilloché ground and opaque white enamel emanating from the pearls, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 standard height 7/8 in. (2.2 cm)
An Imperial Presentation Fabergé jewelled gold and enamel box, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, 1897. The lid with the diamond-set cypher of Nicholas II with two griffins rampant bearing swords, their shields with large diamonds, the ground of translucent red enamel, the corners set with diamonds. Presented to Lt-General Theodor Feldmann, Head of the Imperial Alexander Lyceum, in 1897, then to Baron Maximilian von Lyncker, Marshall of the Household of the German Emperor, in 1899.
Carl FABERGE Antique Bracelet with a pearl with 9 diamonds | St Petersburg, circa 1885 The gold bracelet has a matte finish and ancient Greek-style delicate applied wirework with granulation. The wirework is similar to Western European Victorian era Etruscan revival gold work.In Russia, Carl Faberge used ancient Greek prototypes from the collection of the Imperial Hermitage that were excavated in the Crimea and the Black Sea area.
FABERGÉ RARE ÉTUI A CIGARETTES NÉPHRITE, CIRCA 1900. Il est de forme rectangulaire et cintrée. Le couvercle et le fond sont sculptés dans la masse. à l'intérieur deux barrettes en or jaune 14K. Les attaches du fermoir et des charnières sont ornées de saphirs cabochons dans des entourages de diamants taillés en rose. Monture en vermeil et argent. Maître orfèvre MICHAEL PERCHIN.