EM-SET PENDANT, FUSET Y GRAU, CIRCA 1920. Depicting a girl blowing pearl bubbles, her arms and face of carved ivory, to a red and blue plique-à-jour enamel background, within a chased surround of acanthus leaves and scrolls highlighted with circular-cut sapphires and similarly and single-cut diamonds, signed Fuset Y Grau.
In 1913, Faberge created the most famous Easter egg, the Winter Egg given by Tsar Nicholas II to is mother the Dowager Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. It was made of frosted rock crystal set with diamonds in platinum. The gift became so popular that it was immediately followed by a range of jewellery designed in the similar "ice" style. This pendant was designed by Albert Holmstrom