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Trans-Siberian Railway Faberge Egg

A silver-gilt- and ruby-mounted rock crystal vase, Milanese, late 16th or early 17th century The quadrilobe mouth supporting two scrolling handles each surmounted by a dragon head, the bulbous body with two fluted spouts and carved overall with scrolls, on a circular stem and spreading circular foot, the silver-gilt mount to the foot engraved to the underside '188' and 'VI', 'VII', 'VIII'; minor cracks, the mounts altered Sold €529,000/£470,810/$684,473 to an anonymous.

Faberge Trans-Siberian Railway Egg 1900.

ottoman ostrich egg ornament with tughra of Abd al-Hamid II • AD1876-1909

Within is concealed, in three sections, a miniature working model of the Trans-Siberian Express just one foot long. It consists of a platinum and gold locomotive and tender, and of five gold coaches with windows of rock crystal. Its headlights are diamonds, and its rear lights are rubies.

FABERGÉ Karl (Carl), 1846-1920 (Russia) Title : Broche de corsage forme triangulaire Date : 1899/1908 Category : Jewellery Medium : : Gold, Agate, Diamonds with velvet and silk Jewel case : Or sertie d’une agate herborisée entourée de diamants tailles roses et surmonté d’un noeud. Conservée dans son écrin d’origine en bois d’érable, intér...

A Meissen gold-mounted snuff box, circa 1745-50. Photo Bonhams Of trefoil shape, finely painted in black monochrome with Watteauesque scenes, within three arched panels around the side below gilt scrolling foliage, trellis panels and flowers, above a moulded rim with black and gilt-striped border, the base with a similar scene within a moulded black-ground border reserved with scrollwork and flowers, the cover and inside cover with scenes after Watteau, the box interior gilt, 5.7cm wide…

The 'Revolving Miniatures' Faberge Egg (aka the 'Rock Crystal' Egg) ~ made in 1896. The egg contains 12 miniatures scenes. The top features a 27 carat Siberian emerald ~ the biggest gem used in the Imperial Easter Eggs. This egg was sold in 1930, bought by Lillian Pratt (wife of a GM executive) in 1945.