A MASSIVE FABERGE SILVER KOVSH St. Petersburg, 1899-1908. The body overall decorated with strapwork and scrolling foliage and rope edged rim. The ogee arch-form handle decorated with rope border, strapwork and set with the double-headed Imperial Russian eagle. Marked "K. Faberge" in Cyrillic under the Imperial Warrant, 84 standard, St. Petersburg circa 1899-1908, scratched inventory number 9728 and stamped with the workmasters initials in Latin J.W. Sold for $68,000
Tercentenary of Romanoff's House Egg, 1913. Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. Vari-colored gold, silver, steel, portrait diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, turquoise, rock crystal, purpurine, ivory. Kept in Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.
The 'Romanov Tercentenary' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1913 for Tzar Nicholas II as a present to his wife. The egg celebrates the three hundred years of Romanov rule ~ from 1613 to 1913. The outside of the egg contains eighteen portraits of the Romanov Tsars of Russia. Each portrait is bordered by rose-cut diamonds.
FABERGÉ CLOCK EGGS:. 1906 - Uspensky Cathedral Egg - aka the Moscow Kremlin Egg is the largest of the eggs. ~ To See Some Wonderful Short Videos of These Eggs go to: www.mieks.com - Once there, select your language - You Will See Them as if You Were Viewing Them in Person!! - All Sides - Superb Views!