A pair of Fabergé jewelled gold and enamel cufflinks, workmaster August Hollming, St Petersburg, 1908-1917, each circular link enamelled in translucent pearl white over radiating wavy engine-turning, overlaid with rose-cut diamond-set flourishes, struck with workmaster's initials, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 94693.
THE TWENTY-THIRD WEDDING ANNIVERSARY: A PAIR OF FABERGÉ JEWELLED GOLD AND ENAMEL CUFFLINKS, 1897 Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 GBP LOT SOLD. 43,250 GBP (Hammer Price with Buyers Premium) each link heart-shaped, the ground of translucent mauve enamel over hatched engine-turning within a rose-cut diamond border, applied with diamond-set KG (Cyrillic) beneath a flourish, denoting the numeral 23 in Old Slavonic characters. From the Romanov Heirloom sale at Sotheby's.
A PAIR OF GOLD, ENAMEL AND DIAMOND CUFFLINKS, BY FABERGÉ Designed as a baton of fasces design decorated with blue enamel on silver and overlaid with rose-cut diamond cross-over strap motifs, to a smaller two colour gold baton link of similar design with S link connection between, circa 1900, Russian assay marks Stamped KF in Cyrillic with scratched inventory number 2355 (2) - Sold for $33,247