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Fabergé's silver, emanel and plique-à-jour tea glass holder Date circa 1910

A FABERGÉ SILVER VASE, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1899 in rococo taste, of baluster form, cast with rocaille scrolls and foliage, the front with a bullrush-framed cartouche below a putto, pierced scroll handles and foot, struck K.Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 84 standard, scratched inventory number 77(?)55

A Russian gilded silver and plique-a-jour enamel tray , circa 1900. The rectangular tray with reticulated border is worked in an elaborate overall plique-a-jour desing.

From the House of Carl Faberge Comes This Intriguing Cigarette Case a Piece of Art by Metal-Master Worker Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin, (Russian, 1860–1903) of Silver Gold and Enamel, St. Petersburg, Russia, ca. 1900.

Russian Plique-a-Jour Silver Tea Glass Hoder 1880s Moscow

A silver gilt and plique-á-jour tankard, circa 1888–96, from the Moscow workshop of Pavel Ovchinnikov.

A FABERGÉ SILVER-MOUNTED GLASS VASE, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1893 the amphora form body moulded with swirling gadroons below a wave-chased rim, the handles cast and chased as addorsed squiggle-tailed dolphins issuing bullrush clusters, the rockwork base with a further dolphin and water plants, struck K.Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 84 standard, scratched inventory number 5962 height: 32cm, 12 5/8 i

A VERY FINE PLIQUE-A-JOUR ENAMEL AND SILVER-GILT STEMMED WINE, BY MASRIERA, HERMANOS & JOAQUIN CARRERAS, BARCELONA SPAIN, CIRCA 1915

A FABERGÉ SILVER AND TRANSLUCENT ENAMEL PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, MOSCOW, CIRCA 1895 shaped rectangular, enamelled translucent blue over a sunburst guilloché ground, applied with foliate swags and ribbons, beaded bezel surrounding oval aperture, with wood back and shaped silver strut, struck K. Fabergé with Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 5536 Diameter 4 3/8 in.; 11 cm

Art Nouveau Silver and Plique-á-Jour Enamel Pansy Necklace circa 1900.

A SMALL RUSSIAN SILVER-GILT AND CLOISONNE, PLIQUE-A-JOUR AND TRANSLUCENT ENAMEL TEA-GLASS HOLDER

A Russian silver gilt, cloisonne and plique-a-jour enamel demi-tasse cup, saucer and spoon, 11 Artel, Moscow, circa 1908-1917. The cup, saucer and spoon decorated similarly with scrolling floral and foliate motifs in polychrome enamels, a similar plique-a-jour enamel band around the rim, the center with a band of translucent white enamel over engine turned ground.