A FABERGÉ JEWELLED ENAMEL BOX, MOSCOW, 1899-1908 oval, the surface enamelled in translucent lemon yellow over wavy engine-turning, the lid centred with a rose-cut diamond within dendritic tendrils, bound with chased two-colour gold laurel bands and painted leaf and berry borders, diamond-set thumbpiece, gilt interior, with K Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant and Cyrillic initials KF, 84 standard
The Rothschild Clock Egg, Egg of Imperial Quality, varicoloured gold, pearls, diamonds, enamel, 1902. Presented by Beatrice Eprussi de Rothschild to Germaine Halphen on the occasion of her engagement to Beatrice's brother Baron Edouard de Rothschild. Russia, Moscow by Alexander Ivanov
Order of St.George Egg,1916.The surprise is that the 2 medals can be lifted to reveal portraits:Tsarevitch Alexis Nicholas.The receiver was the Dowager Empress Maria wrote:I kiss you 3 times you from the bottom of my heart for your dear postcards delightful egg with the miniatures that dear Fabergé himself came with.Amazingly beautiful.It's so sad not to be together.I wish you,my dear Nicky with all my heart,all the best things in everything.Your warmly loving,old Mama
Russian gold bracelet w/seven mini Easter eggs, circa 1900. A Fabergé gold & translucent pale-orange enamel egg, front set with diamond; a chrysophase & gold egg applied w/4 diamonds (F.R.); a translucent pink enamel egg with a flower set w/diamonds & seed pearl (A*H); a nephrite elephant, eyes set w/diamonds, possibly Michael Perchin; a rock crystal egg set with cabochon sapphire, marked K.F.; a gold egg; and a silver egg; the gold bracelet marked V.S., St. Petersburg, 1899-1908.
A Fabergé two-colour gold and enamel miniature egg pendant, workmaster: Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, 1899-1903, the surface enamelled in translucent white over a textured gold ground, the opening with chased laurel border, rose-cut diamond thumbpiece.