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
Fabergé (jeweller) Guilloché enamel, gilt metal, sapphire. Gift of George V, 1 January 1929. Description: Hexagonal cream, pale blue and pink guilloché enamel and gold box with convex cover set with cabochon sapphire at centre and base mounted with chased foot rim. Rim and lower edge mounts similarly chased with foliage. Gilt interior. The Royal Collection.
A FINE AND IMPORTANT FABERGÉ SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, MOSCOW CIRCA 1900. With scalloped rim and edged with reeded ribbon-tied border, the cavetto engraved with the Imperial Double Headed-Eagle, surrounded by scrolling foliage on a matted ground. Engraved with the Imperial cipher of Nicholas II and Cyrillic dedicatory inscription, To His Imperial Majesty Nicholas II from Kirasirsky His Majesty Guard Regiment - Peterhoff June 20 1909, also engraved with the Regimental Badge.
A SILVER-GILT AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL MOUSTACHE BRUSH MARKED FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTER'S MARK OF FEODOR AFANASSIEV, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 19913 Oblong with rounded corners, the handle enameled in translucent white over a wavy guilloché ground, within a ribbon-tied laurel-chased border, marked on edge, in the original fitted case stamped in Russian 'Fabergé St. Petersburg Moscow London' beneath the Imperial warrant 2½ in. (6.3 cm.) long
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,
A FINE AND IMPORTANT FABERGE SILVER PRESENTATION SALVER, MOSCOW CIRCA 1900. The imposing platter with scalloped rim and edged with reeded ribbon-tied border. The cavetto engraved with the Imperial Double Headed-Eagle and scrolling foliage on a matt ground. Also engraved with the Imperial cipher of Nicholas II and Cyrillic inscription: 'To His Imperial Majesty Nicholas II from Kirasirsky His Majesty Guard Regiment - Petergoff June 20 1909', above the Regimental Badge.
A FABERGÉ PARCEL-GILT SILVER TAZZA, MOSCOW, 1899-1908 the circular plate with undulating rim and gilt edge, the centre engraved with gilt floral bouquet, on baluster stem with circular foot, struck KF in Cyrillic, 84 standard diameter 20.5cm, 8in.
A Fabergé silver-gilt and enamel vodka cup, workmaster Anders Nevalainen, St Petersburg, 1908-1917, the surface of translucent pink enamel over banded wavy engine-turning below the banded rim; a cabochon moonstone and silver swirled edge decorate the handle.
Miniature commode carved from a single piece of green nephrite with shaped sides and front and overlaid with pierced foliated scrolled gold work on gold legs. Hinged nephrite cover has moulded gold .”Marked on front edge with Faberge's mark, 56 (gold standard) and crossed anchor mark for St. Petersburg, and initials for maker. Unique inventory mark scratched inside rim of lid on proper right side "41649".
A FABERGÉ TWO-COLOUR GOLD-MOUNTED BOWENITE BELL-PUSH, WORKMASTER MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1895 circular cushion form, cabochon garnet pushpiece, the outer edge applied with ribbon-wrapped reeds, the base rim and feet of rocaille scrolls, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 53851 diameter: 5.3cm, 2 1/8 in.
A FINE RUSSIAN FABERGÉ SILVER INK BLOTTER, MOSCOW, 1908-1917. Of neoclassical design, the large rectangular base with beveled edge and leaf tip border and at each corner a rosette and set with a substantial mushroom shaped knob handle with beaded collar at base and ribbon tied laurel banded rim beneath a large rosette capped top. The sides with fluted shield form flanked by acanthus leaves.
Étui. Oval section tapering dark blue Battersea enamel étui with gilt metal hinge, scalloped rim and tooled edge mounts; painted on cover and sides with landscape scenes, classical ruins on riverbank; reserved by raised white enamel scrolls. Contains two leaf ivory tablet and pencil end. Enamel, gilt metal, ivory. Gift to Queen Mary from The Hon. Mrs Ionides, Christmas 1935.
Brother Thomas Bezanson Tall VaseArt potteryWeston, VermontWide fluted rim with narrow neck on tall cylindrical body in oxblood glaze with white at edge of rim, inscribed Benedictine Monks Weston Vermont with ichthys symbol on base, ht. 12 3/4 in.
An Imperial Porcelain Factory dinner plate, from the Golden Service, St Petersburg, circa 1828. Of circular form, the cavetto painted with a gilt initial “M” below a crown for Empress Maria Feodorovna on white ground; the edge decorated with gilded rings and a gilt leaf blue band against the molded gilt rim.
A FABERGÉ DIAMOND-SET GOLD, ENAMEL, AND AGATE SMALL OVAL BOX, WORKMASTER MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1899-1903 oval, the hinged lid set with a polished piece of blue cloud agate surrounded by rose-cut diamonds, the sides decorated with bands of green guilloché enamel alternating with gold circles, the upper and lower edges of the sides set with rose diamonds, the underside similarly decorated
A Three-Colour Gold, Hardstone and Guilloché Enamel Box by Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1890 Circular, the sides with panels of translucent orange over a wavy guilloché ground within white borders, alternating with lozenges of blue enamel, the cover set with an oval sardonyx cameo, finely carved with a bust of an emperor, possibly Alexander I, surrounded by graduated diamonds, all within bands of ribbon-tied laurels, chased flower-heads and guilloché enamel.
A Jewelled Two-Colour Gold-Mounted Guilloché Enamel Scent Bottle Marked Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, apparently no date mark, scratched inventory number 25362 Rectangular, the flattened body enamelled in translucent oyster over a wavy guilloché ground, with bright-cut border at the sides, the hinged circular cover with rose-cut diamond collar and a cabochon ruby finial within rose-cut diamond border, with a gold-mounted cork stopper, marked inside…