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African goose by Carl Faberge

African goose by Carl Faberge

A Fabergé silver-gilt and enamel photograph frame, Moscow, before 1896, of vertical hexagonal form, the oval aperture with four ribbon bows, enamelled in translucent orange over basket-weave engine-turning, with engraved acanthus borders, scrolled easel support.

A Fabergé silver-gilt and enamel photograph frame, Moscow, before 1896, of vertical hexagonal form, the oval aperture with four ribbon bows, enamelled in translucent orange over basket-weave engine-turning, with engraved acanthus borders, scrolled easel support.

Flamingo

Flamingo

Palais Gatchina - FABERGE - 1901

Gatchina Palace Egg by Carl Faberge French and Mikhail Perkhin Russian 1901 Gold enamel seed pearls by mharrsch,

The Royal Collection: Pair of macaques - Monkeys of all varieties, in a range of poses, were produced in Fabergé's workshops and were clearly popular with all his customers. Four were purchased by the royal family from the London Branch between 1907 and 1916. There are now seven monkeys, four chimpanzees and one baboon in the Royal Collection

The Royal Collection: Pair of macaques - Monkeys of all varieties, in a range of poses, were produced in Fabergé's workshops and were clearly popular with all his customers. Four were purchased by the royal family from the London Branch between 1907 and 1

Woodcock by Carl Faberge

Woodcock by Carl Faberge

Fabergé Mouse c. 1907 Chalcedony, rose diamonds, silver

Faberge Mouse, 1907 carved in translucent brown chalcedony with rose cut diamond eyes, its ears and tail set in silver.

Both King Edward VII and the Prince of Wales (later King George V) kept homing pigeons at Sandringham next to Queen Alexandra's dove-house. According to contemporary accounts, most of the pigeons were of famous Belgian breeds. This one is of carved chalcedony with ruby eyes. Text adapted from Fabergé's Animals: A Royal Farm in Miniature Provenance Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907

Both King Edward VII and the Prince of Wales (later King George V) kept homing pigeons at Sandringham next to Queen Alexandras dove-house.

Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920). Mouse, 1886-1917. Citrine, diamonds. Brooklyn Museum

Mouse Maker: Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge, Medium: Citrine, diamonds Dates:

Faberge Aardvark circa 1910. Agate, rose diamonds.

Aardvark c. 1910 Agate and rose cut diamonds An aardvark carved in banded agate in shades of brown, blue, ochre and grey, with rose diamond eyes. Provenance Bought by King George V on 25 November 1914 from Fabergé's London branch,

Faberge Wild Boar,   Creator:  Fabergé (jeweller) Creation Date:  c. 1908 Materials:  Chalcedony, cabochon rubies Dimensions:  6.7 x 8.6 x 5.0 cm   Acquirer:  King George V, King of the United Kingdom (1865-1936) Provenance:  Bought by King George V, when Prince of Wales, from Fabergé's London branch, December 1909 (£31)

Fabergé wild boar, circa Bought by King George V, when Prince of Wales, from Fabergé's London branch, December Chalcedony with ruby eyes.

Fabergé firm   (Russian , 19th century) Eagle  1899 - 1908  Agate, gold, diamonds  1.75 x 1 x 2.75 in.  4.45 x 2.54 x 6.99 cm.  Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt

Fabergé firm (Russian , century) Eagle 1899 - 1908 Agate, gold, diamonds x 1 x in. Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt

Un huevo de Fabergé es una de las sesenta y nueve joyas creadas por Carl Faberge y sus artesanos de la empresa Fabergé para los zares de Rusia, así como para algunos miembros de la nobleza y la burguesía industrial y financiera, entre los años 1885 y 1917. Los huevos se consideran obras maestras del arte de la joyería.

Gatchina Palace Fabergé Egg, This egg was presented by Tsar Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. When opened, the egg reveals a miniature replica of the Gatchina Palace, the Dowager Empress's principal residence outside St.

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