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A coloured gold cigarette case by Carl Fabergé decorated with fans of red and green gold invisibly soldered together, the pattern repeated throughout the case, the thumbpiece set with a cabochon sapphire. Workmaster August Hollming, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908.

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Imperial Russian Eagle Presentation Cigarette Case, workmaster Carl Blank, St. Petersburg, before 1899. Silver and gold, translucent royal blue enamel, diamonds.

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18 KARAT GOLD AND SAPPHIRE CIGARETTE CASE, FRANCE, MID-20TH CENTURY The rectangular engraved gold case set with French-cut calibré sapphires, the thumbpiece set with a sapphire segment, gross weight approximately 116 dwts., measuring approximately 4 by 3 1/8 by 3/8 inches, numbered 00831, maker's marks, French assay marks.

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A FABERGE GUILLOCHE ENAMEL AND SILVER-GILT CIGARETTE CASE with gold mounts, workmaster Feodor Afanassiev, St. Petersburg 1908-1917. The surface enameled in translucent pink and white over a waved guilloche ground, divided by chased gold palmette bands, with gold mounted cabochon sapphire thumbpiece. Hallmarked St. Petersburg 1908-1917, 88 standard, stamped with the workmasters initials of Feodor Afanassiev, and Faberge in Cyrillic.

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AN EXCEPTIONAL FABERGE GOLD AND GEMSET NEPHRITE IMPERIAL PRESENTATION CASE, Henrick Wigstrom, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908. The nephrite case with gold borders, and the lid with an applied large double-headed eagle set with 60 cut diamonds and 30 cut rubies mounted in gold, and the thumbpiece set with an approximate 1/2 carat ruby. Hallmarked St. Petersburg 1899-1908, 56 gold standard, workmasters initials of Henrik Wigstrom, and stamped Faberge in Cyrillic. 9 cm.

A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel cigarette case, Ivan Khlebnikov, Moscow, circa 1896-1908. Of rectangular form with rounded corners, one side of the case decorated with multi-color translucent plique-a-jour enamel floral and foliate motifs, the other side similarly decorated featuring an engraved monogram

A Russian silver gilt and plique-a-jour enamel cigarette case, Ivan Khlebnikov, Moscow, circa 1896-1908. Of rectangular form with rounded corners, one side of the case decorated with multi-color translucent plique-a-jour enamel floral and foliate motifs, the other side similarly decorated featuring an engraved monogram

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