A Silver-Gilt Mounted Guilloché Enamel Desk Clock by Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, 1896-1903. Circular, with laurel-chased border, enamelled in translucent strawberry red over a sunburst guilloché ground, centering a white enamel dial with black Arabic chapters and pierced gold hands, within a pearl-set bezel, with a scroll strut.
A SILVER AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL DESK CLOCK BY FABERGÉ, WORKMASTER'S MARK OF HENRIK WIGSTRÖM, ST PETERSBURG, 1908-1917 Circular, enameled with bands of salmon pink and yellow over a moiré guilloché ground, centring a white dial with black Arabic chapters and pierced gold hands, within a seed-pearl bezel, all within a laurel-chased border. Provenance: H.M. Queen Alexandra of England, purchased from Fabergé, London on 27 May 1909 for £38, thence to Queen Victoria Eugenia of Spain.
FABERGÉ A SILVER-GILT AND TWO-COLOUR GOLD-MOUNTED ENAMEL DESK CLOCK, WORKMASTER'S MARK OF HENRIK WIGSTRÖM, ST PETERSBURG, 1903-1908. Circular, enamelled in translucent scarlet red over a wavy guilloché ground, centering a white enamel dial within a green gold laurel bezel, black Arabic chapters and pierced rose gold hands, the body applied with a ribbon-tied berried laurel within white champlevé enamel bands, with green gold acanthus-chased border.
A Fabergé silver and translucent enamel desk clock, workmaster Henrik Wigström. St Petersburg, circa Enameled translucent oyster over a guilloché ground, the dial bordered by seed pearls, ivory back and silver strut.
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