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 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
Pink topaz and diamond brooch, circa 1910. Edwardian diamond-set open work oval brooch, set with an oval-cut pink topaz to centre weighing approximately 9.00cts within a diamond-set bow and garland surmount. Millegrain setting, mounted in platinum. www.vintageclothin.com
Faberge (Russian, founded 1842). Early 20th century gilt silver, diamond, ruby and guilloche enamel crucifix necklace pendant with diamond accented crown at top with pendant loop surmounting a trefoil lobed or budded cross (Apostles' Cross or Bottany Cross) with scrolled foliate motif amid four ruby cabochons and four ruby beads surrounding a blue guilloche enamel Russian Orthodox (also referred to as a Suppedaneum) cross with Christ with halo at center.