A RARE SILVER-MOUNTED TIFFANY FAVRILE GLASS SCENT FLASK THE MOUNTS MARKED FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTER’S MARK OF VICTOR AARNE, ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1904, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 5333, THE FLASK SIGNED L.C.T. AND NUMBERED B583 Of bulbous form, the raised openwork spreading foot chased with a band of lilies, the upper mount with two scroll handles, each set with three pearls, the detachable cork stopper surmounted with a foliate finial set with a pearl, marked on base; in the original silk…
Hermès Victoria 2 Fourre Tout Orange Clemence Leather Handbag
A Faberge silver and enamel cup, Moscow, 1908-1917. The concave cobalt enamel body decorated with seed pearl snowflake designs between silver bands of stylized scroll motifs. The applied cast handle set with a silver Catherine II coin. 88 silver standard. Dimensions: 2 5/8" H x 3 3/4".
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A Fabergé jeweled rock crystal, gold and enamel parasol and a French parasol, workmaster August Holmström, St. Petersburg, circa 1895
Flacon [Quatre figurines angles] by René Lalique, France, 1911 Plus
A FABERGE RENAISSANCE -STYLE SILVER AND ENAMEL-MOUNTED ROCK-CRYSTAL KOVSCH, WORKMASTER'S INITIALS INDISTINCT, CIRCA 1900 length: 23cm., 9in of typical form, the basin engraved with a floral and leaf motif, the rim decorated with elaborate enamel design and encrusted with gem stones and finial set with a pearl, the handle enamelled with foliate detail, laurel swags and encrusted with a large amber framed on either side with busts of a young woman, stamped K. Faberge in Cyrillic with Imperial…
Bottle [Training and kiss] | Museum Documentation Centre - Decorative Arts
A Fabergé lozenge-shaped frame of mid-blue guilloché enamel, the bezel mounted with seed pearls and inset with photograph of King George V and Queen Mary, when Prince and Princess of Wales. The border has chased floral swags and a bow crest with cabochon ruby finial, at the base is another gold bow, forming the feet and set with a rose diamond. Mark of Viktor Aarne. Given to Queen Mary when Princess of Wales by King George V when Prince of Wales in August 1905.