Fabergé gold and sepia enamel Admiralty Clock. Height: 4 3/8 inches 11.1 cm). A La Vieille Russie, Inc. at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C8.
Fabergé Pink Trellis Box – Circular pink and trelliswork guilloché enamel gold-mounted patch box, with two colors of color and featuring green and red enamel. By Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin. St. Petersburg, circa 1899. Provenance: Queen Mary of Romania, granddaughter of Tsar Alexander II. A La Vieille Russie, Inc. at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C8.
Gold, diamond, ruby and enamel pendant depicting a Russian farmhouse on a moonlit night, a reference to Nikolai Gogol’s collection of short stories, Evenings on a Farm near Dikanka, and made in connection with the centenary of his birth. Engraved on the reverse in Cyrillic ‘In souvenir of the Gogol Jubilee spectacle – the magic night of 10 March 1909. E. A. Kuper from S. Zimin. By A. Fuld, Moscow, ca. 1909. A La Vieille Russie, Inc. at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C8.
Important silver and silver gilt icon of Christ Pantocrator enthroned in Glory. Christ, wearing a “jeweled” crown, is seated on an elaborate throne decorated with cherubs and is flanked by two angels, one holding a chalice, the other holding the lances of His passion. At the top is the inscription, “Czar of Czars, King of Kings.” and at the base is a banner, held by two seraphim, with the legend, “Your Kingdom is Forever; Your Power is Everlasting.” The maker of the frame is D. Andreyev, court silversmith (1835-1860), and it is signed and dated, St. Petersburg, 1843. Russian, 19th century. A La Vieille Russie, Inc. at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C8.
Black opal, white opal, plique-à-jour enamel and gold pendant necklace designed as a pair of gold trees with interwoven roots in the foreground. The abstracted lake and mountain background is composed of open-set white opal, black opal and plique-à-jour enamel, suspending an orange boulder opal. On original fancy link gold chain. Signed G. Fouquet, French, circa 1910. A La Vieille Russie, Inc. at Masterpiece London 2015, stand C8.