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Houston Museum of Natural Science  Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars Exhibit

Grand Duchess Vladimirs Necklace in the Houston Museum of Natural Science Fabergé: Imperial Jeweler to the Tsars Exhibit

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Nobel ice egg watch by Alma Theresia Pihl for Fabergé. (encased in the Nobel Ice egg)

Designed as an openwork cascade of diamonds and pearls, this superb necklace is a masterwork by Dreicer & Company, considered one of the world’s finest jewelers from the late nineteenth century until the 1920s

Necklace -Maker: Dreicer & Co. 1905 Geography: Mid-Atlantic, New York, United States Culture: American Medium: Diamonds, natural pearls, and platinum

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin and Konstantin Yakovlevich Krijitski for the House of Carl Faberge, Imperial Caucasus Egg, 1893 (source).

Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin and Konstantin Yakovlevich Krijitski for the House of Carl Faberge, Imperial Caucasus Egg, 1893 (source). This scenic angle depicts a bridge over a river crossing.

Collier di diamanti della Regina del Portogallo

Collier di diamanti della Regina del Portogallo

Fabergé: a rather pretty triangular brooch in opal and diamonds. (Exhibited "Faberge in America")

Faberge a rather pretty triangular brooch in opal and diamonds. (Exhibited "Faberge in America")

A Fabergé jeweled gold and guilloché enamel commemorative jeton, workmaster Eduard Schramm, St. Petersburg, 1915, the front enameled translucent oyster over a sunburst ground, applied with a gold figure of a bird, the enameled coat-of-arms of several Imperial Russian regions, and set with sapphires, on the reverse in blue champlevé Cyrillic is the dedicatory inscription "To Leonid Semonovich Rakitin in Fond Memory from the Novor[ossiisk] Soc[iety] of Hunting Enth[usiasts]".

A Fabergé jeweled gold and guilloché enamel commemorative jeton, workmaster Eduard Schramm, St.

Detail of a Faberge Miniature of the Imperial Coronation Regalia, St. Petersburg, C. Faberge’s Company. 1900.

Detail of a Faberge Miniature of the Imperial Coronation Regalia, St. Faberge’s Company 1900

Fabergé varicoloured gold presentation box with enamel and brilliant-cut diamonds. Decorated on the lid with the crowned cipher of Tsar Nicholas II, surrounded by Imperial eagles; mark of Mikhail Perkhin

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Varicoloured gold presentation box with enamel and brilliant-cut diamonds. Decorated on the lid with the crowned cipher of Tsar Nicholas II, surrounded by Imperial eagles, commissioned from Carl Fabergé, mark of Mikhail Perkhin,

A highly important jewelled three-color gold and guilloché enamel Imperial Presentation Frame marked Fabergé, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908 diamond bezel enclosing a portrait miniature by Zuev depicting Tsar Nicholas II

A highly important jewelled three-color gold and guilloché enamel Imperial Presentation Frame marked Fabergé, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, diamond bezel enclosing a portrait miniature by Zuev depicting Tsar Nicholas II

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