In March 1959 HM Queen Elizabeth II purchased this Fabergé clock from Wartski for £430. The clock was made in the workshop of Henrik Wigström and is of Prussian blue guilloché enamel with silver mounts, and the bezel is set with seed pearls. The movement was supplied by H. Moser & Cie.
Desk clock Russia, Saint-Petersburg, last quarter of the ХIХth century. Faberge firm, craftsman M. Perkhin. Silver, bowenite, metal, pearls; casting, enamel, embossing, stone carving Moscow Kremlin Museums: - The World of Faberge
Paris station clock
An Imperial guilloché enamelled and gold mounted clock by Carl Fabergé
Gold, Silver and Gray Guilloche Enamel Desk Clock, Fabergé. Photo courtesy Doyle New York
A JEWELED TWO-COLOR GOLD-MOUNTED SILVER-GILT AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL DESK CLOCK MARKED K. FABERGÉ WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, MOSCOW, 1899-1908, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 26063 Octagonal on four reeded ball feet, enameled in translucent lilac over a sunburst guilloché ground and applied with laurel branch and berry bands at corners, set with rose-cut diamonds, rising to a white enamel dial within a laurel-chased border, black Arabic chapters and pierced gold hands