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Faberge engraved gold box with blue enamel and diamonds and a clock set into the lid. #antique #vintage #box

Faberge engraved gold box with blue enamel , diamonds, and a clock set into the lid

Faberge Lily of the Valley clock, gilt trim and red guilloche enamel

FABERGÉ~ LILY OF THE VALLEY CLOCK~ Egg shaped clock, et into field of red enamel on a guilloché engine turned background. Embellished with gold garland of Pearl lilies of the valley , and white enamel medallion.

Faberge engraved gold  box with blue enamel and diamonds wit h a clock set into the lid.

Faberge engraved gold box with blue enamel and diamonds with a clock inset into the lid.

This Faberge clock is set in an opaque white enamel sphere with arab numerals and surrounded by an exquisite translucent blue enamel circle in guilloche technique with a golden net work with flowers on the crossings that is one of main characteristics of Faberge's work. Surrounding the dial there are half seed pearls and around the outer circle a series of laurel leaves set on red enamel.

FABERGÉ~ desk clock, cobalt blue enamel with lattice work of diamonds.

Faberge box of Tsar Nicholas II

A diamond-set enameled two-color gold Imperial presentation snuff-box At the center of the box, is the diamond-set crowned monogram of Tsar Nicholas II - signed Fabergé,

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This unusual Fabergé rock crystal desk clock was presented to Queen Victoria by her granddaughter Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna around 1900. Itl is engraved with trophies incorporating torches and a quiver as well as musical attributes. The rock crystal panels are divided by four gold arrows set with rubies and diamonds. The white enamel dial is surrounded by a bezel of green enamelled laurel with diamond-set ribbon ties. Mark of Michael Perchin.

This unusual Fabergé rock crystal desk clock was presented to Queen Victoria by her granddaughter Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna around Mark of Michael Perchin.

Faberge gold and enameled cigarette case; c. 1900

Faberge gold and enameled cigarette case; c. 1900

This rare Fabergé snuffbox was thought to be lost until 2010, when it was sold by Christie's for 1,000,000 USD. The snuffbox, with a miniature portrait of Nicholas II in a diamond frame, was presented to Turkan Pasha, the Ambassador of the Ottoman Empire in Russia, in 1913.

This rare Fabergé snuffbox was thought to be lost until when it was sold by Christie's for USD. The snuffbox, with a miniature portrait of Nicholas II in a diamond frame, was presented to Turkan Pasha, the Ambassador of the Ottoman Empire in Russia, in

Antique English silver mounted tortoiseshell carriage clock. - Gavin Douglas…

A fine small antique English silver mounted tortoiseshell carraige clock. Silver feet, hinges, handle, dial surround and applied silver rococco mounts to the 8 corners. Marked for London 8 day lever escapement movement.

In March 1959 HM Queen Elizabeth II purchased this Fabergé clock from Wartski for £430. The clock was made in the workshop of Henrik Wigström and is of Prussian blue guilloché enamel with silver mounts, and the bezel is set with seed pearls. The movement was supplied by H. Moser & Cie.

In March 1959 The Queen purchased this clock from Wartski for The clock was made in the workshop of Henrik Wigström and is of Prussian blue guilloché.

from the workshop of Peter Carl Fabergé: silver, gilt and green guilloche enamel, porcelain face of the clock, silver gilt hands and black Arabic numerals

From the workshop of Peter Carl Fabergé: silver, gilt and green guilloche enamel, porcelain clock face, silver gilt hands and black Arabic numerals

House of Carl Fabergé. Spherical Clock, before 1899. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation (L.2011.66.10) | This work is on view in "Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection" through November 27, 2016.

Spherical Clock Maker: House of Carl Fabergé Maker: Workmaster: Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (Russian, Date: before 1899 Culture: Russian, Saint Petersburg

Property from the Collections of Lily & Edmond J. Safra: A rare Fabergé bowenite cube-form table clock mounted in gilded silver, workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, c. 1900. A clock watch repeater, the border of the white enamel dial enameled with translucent strawberry red panels separated by white enamel dots, the top and sides of the cube bordered by gilded foliage, the top with a handle rising from anthemion, with moonstone repeater push, the base with ribbon-tied reeded border.

Property from the Collections of Lily & Edmond J. Safra: Fabergé bowenite cube-form table clock mounted in gilded silver, workmaster Michael Perchin, St.

House of Carl Fabergé. Imperial Frame and Clock, before 1899. Russian. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation (L.2011.66.11) | This work is on view in "Fabergé from the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection" through November 27, 2016.

Imperial Frame and Clock Maker: House of Carl Fabergé Maker: Workmaster: Mikhail Evlampievich Perkhin (Russian, Artist: Painting by Johannes Zehngraf (Danish) Date: before 1899 Culture: Russian, Saint Petersburg

A FABERGÉ JEWELLED ENAMEL BOX, MOSCOW, 1899-1908 oval, the surface enamelled in translucent lemon yellow over wavy engine-turning, the lid centred with a rose-cut diamond within dendritic tendrils, bound with chased two-colour gold laurel bands and painted leaf and berry borders, diamond-set thumbpiece, gilt interior, with K Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant and Cyrillic initials KF, 84 standard.

A Fabergé jewelled enamel box, Moscow,

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