Two Gold and Enamel Cigarette Cases by Carl Fabergé - Photo courtesy Wartski

decorated with opaque champlevé enamel, the thumb pieces set with rose cut diamonds. Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigstrom, St Petersburg 1908-1917.


A Pair of Jewelled Platinised Silver and Gold Cufflinks by Carl Fabergé - Photo courtesy Wartski

the yellow gold terminals topped with matt platinised silver and mounted with cabochon chrysoprases and lines of rose diamonds, their shape mimicking that of a button hole Workmaster: August Hollming, St. Petersburg, 1908-1911 inventory number: 87617. 1.9 cm in length Contained in their original silk and velvet lined fitted hollywood case, the lid silk stamped in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant 'Fabergé, St. Petersburg, Moscow, London'.


An Antique Platinum and Diamond Necklace - Photo courtesy Wartski

in the form of an openwork trellis set with and suspending brilliant cut diamonds, connected with curb link chains, in original silk and velvet lined fitted case. Forty seven diamonds weighing in total approximately 38. 02 carats.


A Pearl and Diamond Bracelet by Boucheron - Photo courtesy Wartski

formed from an articulated lattice of alternating pearls and diamonds. Paris, circa 1880


A Diamond set Feather by Van Cleef and Arpels - Photo courtesy Wartski

set with brilliant and baguette cut diamonds mounted in platinum. Paris, circa 1928


A Carved Rock Crystal and Diamond set Sautoir by Georges Fouquet - Photo courtesy Wartski

a pear-shaped drop in frosted rock crystal, suspended from a diamond set cap hanging from a rock crystal ring, the necklace formed from alternating spherical and tubular beads. Paris, circa 1925

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