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Fabergé Dandelion, 19th - 20th century Nephrite, rock crystal, gold, diamonds, asbestos fiber

VMFA Dandelion by Fabergé century Nephrite, rock crystal, gold, diamonds, asbestos fibre Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt to VMFA

Иванов Вячеслав. букет " МЕДУНИЦА "

Иванов Вячеслав. букет " МЕДУНИЦА "

Stalking the Belle Époque: Gifts of Grandeur: Queen Mary's Fabergé Bleeding Heart, 1900

Gifts of Grandeur: Queen Mary's Fabergé Bleeding Heart, 1900

A JEWELLED SILVER-GILT AND NEPHRITE SPRAY OF A FORGET-ME-NOT BY FABERGÉ AND WITH THE WORKMASTER'S MARK OF HENRIK WIGSTRÖM, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1896, WITH PARTIALLY ERASED SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 2299

Faberge - Spray of Forget-me-not Silver-gilt, rock crystal, nephrite, turquoise, diamonds

This study of cornflowers and oats is one of Fabergé’s most exquisite creations. It was purchased by Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary, respectively the mother and grandmother of the present Queen Elizabeth II (then Princess Elizabeth), on 27th June 1944. Queen Elizabeth described it as ‘a charming thing and so beautifully unwarlike’. The piece was purchased to cheer up Princess Elizabeth’s ‘shelter room’ at Buckingham Palace – hence the reference to ‘unwarlike’.

Cornflower and Oats Study was purchased by Queen Elizabeth and Queen Mary in Elizabeth described it as ‘a charming thing and so beautifully unwarlike’.

Cornflowers and stalks of oats. Gold, rock crystal, diamond, casting, carving, engraving, polishing, enamel. 1880

Works by "Faberge" in the Hermitage collection.Cornflowers and stalks of oats.

Fabergé flower study of a single wild rose of pink and white opaque enamel with red gold stamens and brilliant diamond centre, one set of three nephrite leaves on a green gold stalk, set into a rock crystal jar. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra.

Fabergé flower study of a single wild rose of pink and white opaque enamel with red gold stamens and brilliant diamond centre, one set of three nephrite leaves on a green gold stalk, set into a rock crystal jar. Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra.

A Fabergé jewelled and enamelled gold flower study, St Petersburg, circa 1900 | lot | Sotheby's

A Fabergé jewelled and enamelled gold flower study, St Petersburg, circa 1900 height 5 in.

Potted Dandelion Plant - Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge, 1846-1920: Jade, metal (gold, platinum, copper alloy), diamonds, possibly asbestos, & crystal or glass, 1870 – 1920, height: 7 1/4 in.

Potted Dandelion Plant, Crystal Pot Maker: Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge…

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