05 novembre 2016

Princess Alice of Battenberg's gem-set necklace by Fabergé,

A wedding gift from Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia to Princess Andrew of Greece and Denmark (born Princess Alice of Battenberg). A gem-set necklace by Fabergé composed of graduated oval Ceylon sapphires bordered with diamonds alternating with diamond-set elements of inverted square form centred with a diamond. Signed with the initials of Albert Holmström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917. Private Collection. Princess Alice of Greece and Denmark (born Princess of Battenberg) wearing the Fabergé necklace.

02 juillet 2014

Wartski at MASTERPIECES London 2014

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.... [Lire la suite]
07 juillet 2013

A silver mounted hardstone photograph by Carl Fabergé, Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917

A silver mounted hardstone photograph  by Carl Fabergé, Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917, with English import marks for 1914. Photo courtesy Wartsky a single piece of nephrite cut in circular form, centred by a circular aperture beneath domed glass held in a chased silver bezel, with silver back, supported on a scrolled silver strut. 10.2cm, 4 mm depth to panel. Price on application Wartsky. http://www.wartski.com/
07 juillet 2013

A gold mounted nephrite tray by Carl Fabergé, Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917

A gold mounted nephrite tray by Carl Fabergé, Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917. Photo courtesy Wartsky the oval gold tray cut from a single piece of Siberian jade, on a reeded yellow gold mount and stood on four floral clawed feet. 13.5 cm wide by 3.4 cm high. Price on request Purchased from Fabergé's English branch at 173 New Bond Street, London on 24th March 1914 by Mrs John Gordon for £32. Fabergé used six different types of nephrite, each exhibiting a different shade or texture.... [Lire la suite]
17 juin 2013

Masterpieces from Wartski at Mastepiece London 2013

A Diamond set Feather Brooch by Van Cleef and Arpels. Paris, circa 1928 – Photo courtesy of Wartski, London. Masterpiece London 2013 Two Gold and Enamel Cigarette Cases by Carl Fabergé decorated with opaque champlevé enamel, the thumbpieces set with rose cut diamonds. Chief Workmaster: Henrik Wigstrom, St Petersburg, 1908-1917. Photo courtesy of Wartski, London. Masterpiece London 2013 An Art Deco Rock Crystal and Diamond set Sautoir by Georges Fouquet. Paris, circa 1925. Photo courtesy of Wartski, London. Masterpiece London... [Lire la suite]
01 janvier 2013

A Russian Imperial Presentation Crested Gold and Diamond Antique Men's Ring. Russia, 1908-1917

A Russian Imperial Presentation Crested Gold and Diamond Antique Men's Ring. Russia, 1908-1917. Photo by Romanov Russia A 56 zolotniks rose gold ring is applied with a silver gilt Russian double headed Imperial eagle. The eagle is set with an antique cut brilliant diamond (approximately 0.65 ct). Made in Moscow between 1908 and 1917. Width 14 mm. Price on request Jewelry emblonized with Russian Imperial eagle or crown was exclusively commissioned by the Cabinet of His Majesty. Such jewels were never... [Lire la suite]
17 mai 2011

Created by senior Fabergé workmaster August Holmström circa 1900, the flexible bracelet is composed of twelve diamond-set sectio

Created by senior Fabergé workmaster August Holmström circa 1900, the flexible bracelet is composed of twelve diamond-set sections, mounted with brilliant-cut diamonds. Photo: Bonhams. LONDON.- A stunning diamond Fabergé bracelet is one of the highlights of the Russian Sale, taking place at Bonhams on 8th June at New Bond Street. The bracelet is estimated to sell for £70,000 – 100,000. Created by senior Fabergé workmaster August Holmström circa 1900, the flexible bracelet is composed of twelve diamond-set sections, mounted with... [Lire la suite]
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