Fabergé Jade Box – A 8.4cm long box with gold frames and two closures with two sapphire cabochons. The box was purchased on December 1911 by Countess Hatzfeld, born Claire Huntington, at the Fabergé’s subsidiary in London (A la Vieille Russie New York.
This Kelch egg of 1901 called the Apple Blossom Egg was larger than most of the other Faberge eggs, and was designed as a jewelry case. The surprise that went with it was later lost. It was made with nephrite, gold, silver, diamonds and velvet.
A GOLD AND ENAMELLED DAGGER WITH FABERGÉ COLLAR AND OTTOMAN BLADE, TURKEY AND RUSSIA, 19TH CENTURY the narrow double-edged tapering steel blade with central ridge, with chiselled design and gold overlay decoration, the light-green jade hilt with Fabergé enamelled collar decorated with naturalistic floral motifs