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An Imperial Fabergé diamond, gold and sapphire brooch, workmaster August Holmstrom, St Petersburg, circa 1890, in the form of a crescent. Provenance: Empress Maria Fedorovna.

A Jewelled Two-Colour Gold Brooch By Fabergé, apparently unmarked, circa 1900 Shaped as two interlaced circles, each set with rose-cut diamonds, apparently unmarked, in the original leather case stamped, 'K. Fabergé' with the Imperial warrant.

A Fabergé jewelled gold and enamel scent bottle, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1908-1917 - Sothebys

A JEWELLED PLATINUM AND GOLD BROOCH BY FABERGÉ, ST PETERSBURG, 1908-1917 Lobed oval, centring three cabochon sapphires within a diamond-set border, with a silk and velvet-lined wood box stamped in Russian 'Fabergé St Petersburg Moscow, London' beneath the Imperial warrant, marked on pin.

A FABERGÉ ROMANOV TERCENTENARY GOLD AND DIAMOND RING, WORKMASTER ALFRED THIELEMANN, ST PETERSBURG, 1908-1910 the bezel applied with a rose- and circular-cut diamond-set Imperial eagle, the shoulders cast with dates 1613 and 1913, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 4177, in original red leather presentation case

A PAIR OF RARE FABERGÉ JEWELLED GOLD AND PLATINUM CUFFLINKS, WORKMASTER AUGUST HOLLMING, ST PETERSBURG, 1911 each link of teardrop form, set with a cabochon chrysoprase issuing a band of rose-cut diamonds, the surface layered with matte finish platinum-silver alloy, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 87617, in original Fabergé wood box

A Fabergé gold, diamond and guilloché enamel locket, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908, quatrefoil form with red translucent enamel over a sunray engine-turned ground within a rose-cut diamond border centred with a circular-cut diamond, with scratched inventory number 1201, held in original Fabergé fitted case.

A Fabergé Imperial brooch, workmaster Alfred Thielemann, St. Petersburg, 1905, circular, openwork disc of the Monogram of Christ, with 2 nephrite and 3 purpurine eggs on gold chains. With handwritten note: For darling Orchie dear fr[om] Alix & the 5 children. Mrs Mary Anne 'Orchie' Orchard was nanny to the last Empress in childhood and stayed with her until her own death in 1906 bringing up all 5 children of Nicholas II and Alexandra Feodorovna.

A Fabergé jewelled gold and enamel brooch, St Petersburg, 1899-1904, the gold bar centred with a translucent red enamel heart within a border of rose-cut diamonds.