crests: Double-headed eagle with crown and swords. Original eagle crest. Easy
Double-Headed Eagle Ring Byzantine Emperor Russia COA in Bronze - Size 11. A unique design, hand crafted and highly detailed. This ring is solid bronze but shines like gold. The Process First, the ring is carefully carved out of wax which is then used to form a plaster mold. Next, castings can be made with molten metal, ie. sterling silver and bronze. Then are the final stages of hand polishing and thorough quality checks. Sizing: Although it can sometimes be difficult to determine your...
Henrik Wigstrom (1862-1923) Faberge egg with double headed eagle finial, diamonds and precious stones placed throughout possibly ruby. Interior of lid covered in velvet with rabbit resting in center, interior of lid is marked with the Faberge marking and "H.W." "56AP", bottom of egg is marked with "H.W." "56AP" measuring 5"T, in original Faberge box. : Lot 508
byzantian standards - it is interesting to see both past and future in this Byzantine standard. Its shape and design is clearly descended from the old Legionary Eagle standard, but its pennants include the double headed eagle - symbolising the Western and Eastern Roman empires - anticipating the emblems of imperial Russia and Austria.
A magnificent and highly important diamond-set Badge of the Order of St. Andrew, unsigned, circa 1800, with central finely-enamelled figure of the Saint on Cross, with diamond borders and letters SAPR, supported on a crowned double-headed eagle formed entirely of diamonds except for ruby eyes and gold beaks and claws, the gold reverse delicately engraved to simulate plumage and carrying a later-applied gold plaquette engraved, The Empress Maria Fedorovna agreed to wear this Badge in 1890.