Fabergé Beetle Brooch. Gold, silver, diamonds, a ruby, enamel. 1908 – 1917. St. Petersburg, #Russia.
A JEWELED GOLD-MOUNTED NEPHRITE EGG PENDANT BY FABERGÉ, WITH INDISTINCT WORKMASTER'S INITIALS, PROBABLY FOR MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST. PETERSBURG, 1896-1903
Faberge Egg Pendant
A JEWELLED GOLD MINIATURE EGG marked with the initials of Carl Fabergé, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908 Ovoid, the ribbed body with two bands of rose-cut diamonds and two of old-cut sapphire, with cabochon sapphire terminal, with suspension loop and ring, marked on ring 7/8in. (2.1cm.) high excluding loop
A diamond-set miniature egg pendant bearing Cyrillic mark KF the ovoid polished white metal body with three bands of single-cut diamonds at waist centred with a brilliant-cut diamond, the pendant loop further diamond-set height with pendant loop: 2.6cm (1in).
A jewelled platinum miniature egg pendant by Fabergé, circa 1900 Ovoid, formed from six vertical and two horizontal rose diamond-set ribs with lattice-work and cabochon ruby-set central band, on suspension chain, apparently unmarked 5/8 in. (1.5 cm.) high
A diamond and sapphire egg pendant, by Fabergé, circa 1890
A gold-mounted jewelled enamel and glass miniature pendant egg Fabergé workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, circa 1905
A miniature pendant egg by Fabergé, workmaster Henrik Wigstrom, St. Petersburg, circa 1900, the body with white opaque and translucent green enamel sections surrounding four pink circular rose-cut diamond and enamelled panels.
A JEWELED GOLD PENDANT EGG MARKED FABERGÉ, ST. PETERSBURG, 1890 Ovoid, the gold body engraved with wavy pattern and starbursts inset with hardstones, with suspension loop.
Faberge 18K gold, diamond, emerald, sapphire egg fashioned in a vine motif, workmaster Michael Perkhin.
A Faberge gold pendant egg, workmaster August Holmstrom, St Petersburg, prior 1899. The spiraling egg set with two turquoise stones. John Atzbach.
A FABERGÉ GOLD-MOUNTED NEPHRITE EGG PENDANT, WORKM - height: 1.8cm, 3/4 in the body overlaid with two conjoined anchors, 56 standard PROVENANCE The Kazan Collection LITERATURE M. Ghosn, Objets de Vertu par Fabergé, 1996, no. 155, illustrated. by Sotheby's
Antique Faberge Egg pendant in Art Nouveau style. A carved rhodonite egg pendant with applied green-gold flower. The chased and engraved gold flower is enhanced with three tiny rose-cut diamonds, set in silver. Made by Faberge's Odessa branch between 1900 and 1908. Height without ring: 1.6 cm (5/8")
A gold, enamel and hardstone gem-set miniature egg pendant by Fabergé, workmaster Feodor Afanassiev, St. Petersburg, circa 1900, the onyx body with applied straps of white champlevé enriched with Greek-key pattern, set with garnet at junctures.
A jewelled gold miniature pendant egg by Fabergé, St. Petersburg, before 1899, the ovoid body enriched with diamond-set score from Lermontov's 'Demon'.
A jewelled enamel gold-mounted miniature egg pendant Fabergé, Feodor Afanassiev, St. Petersburg, circa 1900 the ovoid body divided into white champlevé strapwork sections framing gold scrollwork alternating with diamond-set fleurs-de-lis against red guilloché ground, 56 standard.
An enamelled gold commemorative egg pendant Fabergé, workmaster Alfred Thielemann, St. Petersburg, circa 1900 the surface enamelled with Imperial eagle, the reverse with the crowned Imperial monogram of the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna against red and white pennant of the Cavalry Guard Regiment, engraved 1906 below, 72 standard.
TWO FABERGÉ EGG PENDANTS - the first of rock crystal inset with ruby flowers flanked by incised leaves, stamped with workmaster's initials and KF in Cyrillic; the second, 1908-1917, enamelled in translucent white and blue above opaque red sections, 56 standard, stamped with workmaster's initials. via Sotheby's.
FABERGE Brooch by OSCAR PIHL via 1stdibs
A brooch of agate moss Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890. the hexagonal facade composed of three moss agate sections within rose-cut diamond borders set with rubies and gems
Brooch with swan. Gold, silver, diamonds, sapphire. Faberge firm, Studio of Holmstrem. Russia, St. Petersburg, 1899-1903