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A SUPERB Russian antique FABERGE gem-set rock crystal and royal purple guilloche enamel parasol handle. The rock crystal knob is engraved with six Art Nouveau style flowers. Each flower is set with a citrine in gold bezel. The enamel collar is applied with gold ribbon tied laurel garlands. Workmaster Albert Holmstrom, made in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 | JV

Close up Jewelled Gold-Mounted Guilloché Enamel and Rock-Crystal Parasol-Handle By Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1890, scratched inventory number 54544 or 54644 The hook-shaped rock-crystal handle mounted with a collar enamelled in translucent blue over a chevron guilloché ground, within rose-cut diamond borders, marked under lower rim, in original fitted case stamped 'Fabergé St. Petersburg Moscow' beneath the Imperial warrant. Image Christies

A JEWELLED TWO-COLOUR GOLD-MOUNTED, GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL AND ROCK CRYSTAL CANE HANDLE BY FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTER'S MARK OF MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1890, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 2288 The bulbous handle above a mount with wavy bands of translucent white over a hatched guilloché ground, alternating with trails of bellflowers on a gold-stippled ground surmounted by ruby cabochons, between borders of rose-cut diamonds, marked on lower border

Art Nouveau - A JEWELLED GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL CIGARETTE-CASE MARKED FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTER'S MARK OF MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1890, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 49834 | JV

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