Faberge's pendant. This one was made by Fabergé's workmaster August Hollming, around 1890. The egg is put together by a cabochon moonstone, and a cabochon garnet, held together by a gold band set with rose-cut diamonds. On this band a diamond-set arch is attached, which makes it possible for the egg to swivel and rotate around it's own axis. The hight of the pendant is 3/4'' (1.9 cm)
A Fabergé gold and enamel-mounted moss agate miniature pendant Easter egg, workmaster Fedor Afanasiev, St. Petersburg, late 19th century, the mount with alternating panels of red and white enamel, the suspension loop set with a row of diamonds.
Easter egg pendant, 1903, top half blue enamel with four white enamel strips bordered in gold forming four panels; base of gold-mounted cabochon moonstone, rose diamonds encircling centre. Gold hanging loop. Mark of Michael Perkhin; gold mark of 56 zolotniks.
An antique Russian FABERGE white guilloche enamel and faceted amethyst egg pendant with gold mounts, workmaster Feodor Afanasiev, St. Petersburg, circa 1900
A Fabergé jeweled gold-mounted purpurine Easter egg pendant, workmaster August Hollming, St. Petersburg, 1898-1903, with a diamond-set foliate mount.
Two antique Fabergé egg pendants, one in pink guilloche enamel with matte white enamel bands, green enamel leaves and diamonds, one of bowenite with a cabochon ruby tip and mount of gold leaves.
A Faberge gold and guilloche enamel miniature pendant egg, workmaster August Holmstrom, ST Petersburg, circa 1900. The egg covered in strawberry red guilloche enamel over a textured engine-turned ground with an applied overlay of gold anchors.