A four-color gold card-case in Louis XVI style chased with an archway, with, at its center, a monogram with a royal crown above. Applied with four-color gold floral swags suspended from rosettes, all on a yellow-gold sablé ground - signed Fabergé, initials of workmaster August Holmström, assay mark of St. Petersburg before 1899,
A Rare Sapphire and Diamond Necklace by Carl Fabergé formed of thirteen graduating clusters of blue sapphires encircled by rose cut diamonds, joined by diamond set bows suspending floral swags, supported on openwork galleries, set in silver and mounted on gold (later matching earrings). By Fabergés Chief Jeweller: Albert Holmström St Petersburg, 1908
A pair of Fabergé jewelled and guilloché enamelled varicolored gold-mounted glass scent-bottles, workmaster Henrik Wigström, of circular bulbous form, each bottle finely engraved with floral branches within arched panels, the lift-off cover enamelled in green, yellow and oyster white guilloché enamel with applied gold foliage scrolls, swags and branches set with diamonds, surmounted by cabochon garnet finial.
The Rocaille Egg by Fabergé. 1902, commissioned by Mme. Barbara Kelch. Kelch had vast mining interests in Siberia and was one of Fabergé's wealthiest and best customers. This egg features brilliant green guilloché enamel, with gold scrollwork, diamond-set floral swags, and diamond-set palm trees. By Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin.
Faberge firescreen. This is a superb example of the goldsmith’s art. It was created by Henrik Wigström around 1910. One side contains a photograph of Emperor Nicholas II and the other of his Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. The gold and platinum frame is enamelled white and seed pearls are set round the oval bezels. The whole is embellished with floral swags in multi-coloured gold. It is a stunning piece.
Faberge, Four-colour gold, silver-gilt, guilloché enamel, rose diamonds, ivory. circa 1902-3. Rectangular strut frame with projecting corners and a wide border of oyster wave guilloché enamel, mounted in gold with four-colour gold floral swags and pierced ribbon crest. The rectangular bezel of rose diamonds is inset with a photograph of Queen Alexandra. The whole has an ivory back. Signed on photograph DOWNEY. The Royal Collection
Faberge's frame. This frame was made by workmaster Johan Victor Aarne sometime between 1890-1908. The gold bordered arch is enameled in pale, translucent green over a radiating guilloché ground. Over the enamel sits decorative floral swags in four-colored gold, accented with cabochon rubies. The back of the frame is made of mother of pearl, and has a hinged, guilt scrolling strut. The hight of the frame is 1 5/8 inches (4.1 centimeters)
Fabergé photograph frame, workmaster Henrik Wigström, circa 1910. Inspired by a two-sided Louis XVI fire screen, one side contains a photograph of Tsar Nicholas II and the other of his Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. This was a gift from the Tsar to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna. The gold and platinum frame is enamelled white and seed pearls are set round the oval bezels. The whole is embellished with floral swags in multi-coloured gold.