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This large-scale Fabergé model of a cockerel uses obsidian to great effect - like most of the birds fitted with gold feet it was made in Henrik Wigström's workshop. Other materials: purpurine, jasper, rose diamonds. Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission); bought by Queen Alexandra from Fabergé's London branch, 1909, (£113 10s.).

This large-scale Fabergé model of a cockerel uses obsidian to great effect - like most of the birds fitted with gold feet it was made in Henrik Wigström's workshop. Other materials: purpurine, jasper, rose diamonds. Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907

The Lindemanns acquired the white-agate Stork, circa 1920, in 1999. The bird’s 18-karat-gold legs rest on a rhodonite base.

Timeless Beauties

A FABERGÉ SILVER FIGURAL SALT CELLAR, MOSCOW, 1898-1908 modeled as a sturgeon, the scales and fins realistically cast and chased, the eyes set with blue glass, struck with Cyrillic initials KF, 84 standard length 4 5/8 in. (11.8 cm)

A Fabergé silver figural salt cellar, Moscow, modeled as a sturgeon, the scales and fins realistically cast and chased, the eyes set with blue glass.

Fabergé. Pair of budgerigars on a perch, 1896–1903

A pair of budgerigars on a perch, by Fabergé. The birds carved in nephrite with rose diamond eyes, the perch of silver-gilt with green and white guilloché enamel and rose diamonds. Mark of Michael Perchin,

A HARDSTONE OWL, PROBABLY FABERGÉ, CIRCA 1910 carved of green agate, the eyes set with cabochon rubies, gold feet, apparently unmarked height 5.5cm, 2 1/8 in.

A hardstone owl, probably Fabergé, circa carved of green agate, the eyes set with cabochon rubies, gold feet.

Cockerel by Faberge (Wigstrom workmaster) c.1908

An example of what François Birbaum, one of Fabergés designers, referred to as mosaic sculpture, this highly realistic sculpture is a combination of obsidian (.

Animals in Art?: Faberge rabbit  Google Image Result for http://p2.la-img.com/483/27824/10603979_3_x.jpg

Rabbit, called Faberge but I don't believe it is. Very detailed, but I have never seen a Faberge without gem eyes.

*A FABERGÉ MINIATURE CARVED HARDSTONE MODEL OF A HIPPO, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 carved of rock crystal, depicted seated on back legs, with ruby eyes, contained in original fitted red leather egg-form case length 7/8 in. (2.1 cm)

Faberge miniature carved hippo St Petersburg circa 1900 carved of rock crystal, depicted seated on back legs, with ruby eyes, contained in original fitted red leather egg-form case.

Fabergé Carved Agate Miniature Rabbits Carved sculpture of three recumbent closely nestled rabbits: one in gray Kalgan jasper with rose diamond eyes, one in reddish brown jasper with rose diamond eyes, and one in white chalcedony with ruby eyes. By FABERGE Russian, ca. 1900

Fabergé Carved Agate Miniature Rabbits Carved sculpture of three recumbent closely nestled rabbits: one in gray Kalgan jasper with rose diamond eyes, one in reddish brown jasper with rose diamond eyes, and one in white chalcedony with ruby eyes. ca 1900

Fabergé hen. This is one of the finest examples of the use by Fabergé of hardstones - the piece of agate selected is mid-reddish brown with a milky white striation that perfectly captures the sheen of the hen's feathers. Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission).

Fabergé Hen Carved in Hardstone Agate in commissioned by King Edward VII

Fabergé flamingo, 1903-08. Workmaster Henrik Wigström. Agate with rose diamond eyes and gold legs.

Fabergé flamingo, Agate with rose diamond eyes and gold legs

Antique Japanese Carved Ivory Rabbit Netsuke Signed

Japanese Mammoth Ivory Netsuke, Rabbit: Radish in Hands, late century, signed

A Japanese kutani porcelain group of a cockerel and hen late 19th century

A Japanese kutani porcelain group of a cockerel and hen late century

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