FROM THE ESTATE OF FRANCES H. JONES: A Fabergé Amethyst, Gold and Enamel Parasol Handle, Moscow, circa 1900, the large cushion-shaped faceted amethyst handle supported on an openwork mesh basket in gold, the intersections set with rubies, the collar within two-color gold laurel bands and enameled translucent oyster over a wavy guilloché ground.
FABERGE Enamel Gold Parasol Handle by Henrik Wigstrom
FABERGE Enamel Gold Parasol Handle by Henrik Wigstrom | From a unique collection of vintage figurines and sculptures at https://www.1stdibs.com/jewelry/objets-dart-vertu/figurines-sculptures/
Fabergé Diamond-Set Carved Emerald, Gold and Enamel Parasol Handle, Workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, circa 1910
FABERGE Enamel Parasol Handle by Henrik Wigstrom St Petersburg 1903
A Faberge chased gold, gem-set, and guilloche enamel parasol handle, workmaster Henrik Wigstrom, ST Petersburg, circa 1903-1908. The two-color enamel cylindrical handle with tapering sides decorated in vibrant translucent salmon color enamel over a wavy engine-turned ground with a band of white opaque enamel against a raised palmate border beneath a seed pearl band, and a bezel-set mine-cut center diamond. Height: 2".
What is it? Why it's an Essex Crystal Parasol handle, of course! Likely the work of William Essex himself. French mounted in gold and set with diamonds and rubies. Now that's an umbrella you wouldn't want to leave behind at Starbucks. The other side is a carnation, equally gorgeous.
FABERGE Enamel Gold Parasol Handle
Masriera diadem: "This extremely refined bracelet/tiara was made by Luís Masriera of Barcelona, Spain, around 1901-1910. It is made of yellow gold and platinum, set with 513 old cut diamond brilliants with a total weight of approximately 12.5 carats. The birds’ wings are decorated with plique-à-jour enamel. The birds are set with two important diamonds of about 1.2 carats each. This magnificent piece can be worn either as a bracelet or as a tiara." Via A. Aardewerk Jewelers.
A Fabergé gold-mounted hardstone and enamel parasol handle, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1908-1907