Fabergé frame, workmaster Mikhail Perchin. In translucent white enamel, applied with a gold basket of flowers with diamonds and rubies, supported by a gold bowknot set with a cabochon ruby. Narrow outer edge has leaves carved in green gold against red gold. Aperture bordered with seed pearls, portrait miniature of Dina Merrill Hartley (Nedenia Marjorie Hutton).
Albert Holmstrom (1876-1925) Faberge picture frame with diamonds and precious stones believed to be ruby and pearls, back of frame marked with the Faberge mark "AH" "84", 4"x4.75"T in original Faberge box.
Fabergé Diamond-Set Carved Rock Crystal, Gold, Enamel and Seed Pearl Parasol Handle, circa 1900. photo courtesy Sotheby's
FABERGE Diamond Set Enamel Frame, Victor Aarne
A Faberge gem-set, gold, and guilloche enamel frame, workmaster Victor Aarne, St. Petersburg, circa 1899-1908. The domed frame on bracket feet enameled in pale translucent green enamel over a radiating engine-turned ground, the mine-cut diamond oval aperture surrounded by applied three-color gold chased floral swags and cascades accented by cabochon rubies.
Fabergé Diamond-Set Carved Emerald, Gold and Enamel Parasol Handle, Workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, circa 1910. photo courtesy Sotheby's the carved and polished emerald with a collar of pale peach transparent enamel over a finely ridged guilloché ground mounted en cage within repeating arrows, the upper and middle bands set with diamonds, the lower band with two-color gold laurel leaves
Fabergé violet guilloché sunburst enamel and gold frame with miniature of Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. Workmaster Michael Perchin. Acquired by the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra), c.1895.
A DIAMOND, SAPPHIRE, IVORY, NEPHRITE AND 14K GOLD FRAME, RUSSIAN WORK
An Imperial Fabergé gold-mounted enamel frame, workmaster Victor Aarne, St Petersburg, 1899. Heart-shaped, the surface of translucent orange enamel over banded sunburst engine-turning within a gadrooned border, the oval aperture with seed pearl bezel within ribbon-hung vari-coloured gold floral boughs. Purchased by Empress Alexandra Feodorovna on 1 May 1899 for 100 roubles.
A Fabergé diamond, aquamarine and gold pendant/ brooch, Moscow, 1899-1908 the hexagonal-cut central stone within a circular openwork mount set with flowerheads, ribbon tie surmount, with KF, scratched inventory number 27742
Fabergé miniature Easter egg pendant of white quartzite set with rose diamond and ruby band at a diagonal across the body, from which hangs gold ring. Mark of Henrik Wigström, 1917. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra.