A FABERGÉ GOLD AND ENAMEL BROOCH, WORKMASTER ALFRED THIELEMANN, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1910 of oval shape, with ribbon-tied reeded border, the field enamel translucent rose over a guilloché ground, mounted with a faceted citrine
A FABERGÉ GOLD-MOUNTED AND GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL BELT BUCKLE, IMPERIAL WARRANT MARK, MOSCOW, PRE-1899. Rounded rectangular form, the surface enamelled in sky-blue over wavy engine turning within plain gold borders.
A Russian 56 standard gold, diamond and spinel brooch attributed to Faberge (maker's mark partially overstruck by the assay mark), of triangular form; each side adorned with a diamond set bow; the garnet supported by three diamond set, leafy branches and three mine cut diamonds. bearing a later engraved inventory number 2157.
A Fabergé jewelled gold and enamel brooch, workmaster Oskar Pihl, Moscow, circa 1895 of shaped rectangular outline, the surface of translucent copper-hued peach enamel over engine-turned reeding, the chased scroll borders set with four circular-cut diamonds.
A SET OF FOUR FABERGÉ DIAMOND AND CITRINE BUTTONS, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1900 each faceted citrine button with a border of diamonds workmaster's initials unclear, with 56 standard. Also with later gold bars by Krementz & Company (founded 1866 in Newark, New Jersey) added for use as dress studs diameter 7/16 in. 1.1 cm St. Petersburg
A silver-gilt, enamel and diamond brooch.Fabergé, St. Petersburg (partial mark), Mikhail Perkhin, inventory number 2425, import markcircular, with quatrefoil design in rose-cut diamonds, centred with larger circular-cut diamond, enamelled in translucent oyster white over wavy engine-turned ground within diamond border