This Fabergé fan-shaped box formed part of Queen Mary’s collection. The body of the box is of bloodstone while the lid, in the shape of a fan, is of alternate tooled gold and pink guilloché enamelled stripes, edged with brilliant diamonds. The handle of the fan forms the hinge and is set with pearls, while the pushpiece is a cabochon moonstone. Workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903.
Gold, Platinum, White + Black Enamel, Diamond + Cabochon Ruby Zebra Bangle Bracelet, David Webb 18 kt., the zebra's body formed of articulated bombe sections applied throughout with black and white enamel stripes, the zebra's head and ears surmounted by fancy-shaped diamond-set platinum panels, its mouth gripping a diamond-set ring, totaling 84 round diamonds approximately 4.00 cts., its eyes accented by 2 oval cabochon rubies, signed Webb for David Webb, Sold for $31,250