#Fabergé -- Jade Box -- A 8.4 cm- long box with gold frames & two closures with two sapphire cabochons. The box was purchased on December 1911 by Countess Hatzfeld, born Claire Huntington, at the Fabergé’s subsidiary in London (A la Vieille Russie New York) .
Circular gold box and cover tapering to top and bottom with straight sides. Cover enamelled with simulated moss agate on pink guilloché ground. Around borders red and green enamelled leaves and imitation half pearls. Mark of Michael Perchin; FABERGÉ in Cyrillic; gold mark of 72 zolotniks (before 1896)
Fabergé circular box in engraved red gold and enamelled translucent royal blue guilloché enamel, with green gold chased foliate borders, the cover applied with a rose diamond basket of flowers set with three cabochon rubies and two emeralds. Workmaster Henrik Wigström, 1908.
The Royal Collection: Miniature tea serviceCreator: Fabergé (goldsmith) Creation Date: 1896 - 1908. Materials: Gold, crystal, enamel, ruby Dimensions: 2.4 x 6.4 x 6.4 cm Provenance: Belonged to Queen Alexandra Description: Comprising a teapot, hot water pot, sugar bowl and milk jug, this tea set is of gold enamelled in a pale opaque bluish-white, but there is no engine turning on the metal. This deliberately plain enamelling creates the impression that the tea set is made of porcelain.