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Presentation box with portrait of tsar Nicholas II, 1916. Given to King George V by Queen Mary on his birthday, 1934

Imperial Russian presentation diamond set box with portrait of Tsar Nicholas ll by Faberge One of the last boxes to have been made before the abdication of the Tsar in Image Buckingham Palace Archive

Fabergé rectangular box, hinged, gold, yellow sunburst guilloché and white enamel, rose diamond thumbpiece, plain interior. The lid of this box, in yellow guilloché enamel in a sunburst design, displays the Romanov double-headed eagle in gold, enamel and diamonds. Mark of Michael Perchin. It was purchased by the Maharaja of Bikanir from Wartski on 15 May 1937 at a cost of £95 and given to Queen Mary for her birthday, 26 May 1937.

Faberge Imperial presentation box, with a rose diamond Romanov double eagle, given to Queen Mary of the United Kingdom by the Maharaja of Bikanir in The Maharaja, a friend of the Queen, shared.

THE ROMANOV JEWELRY ~ Wartski displayed an Imperial gold portrait presentation case centered by an oval portrait miniature of Tsar Nicholas II. The case was presented by the Tsar to Secretary of State Nikolai Mansurov and was later owned by Frank Sinatra, a Fabergé collector and frequenter of Wartski ~

A true highlight at Wartski this year at TEFAF, an Imperial gold portrait presentation case centered by an oval portrait miniature of Tsar Nicholas II

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A Faberge gold, diamond and ruby-set yellow guilloche enamelled single cigar case, with applied Imperial cypher for Tsar Nicholas II. Petersburg, workmaster Henrik Wigstrom, in original fitted case.

Fabergé column surmounted by a circular frame, c. 1900. Nephrite, two-colour gold, red guilloché enamel, rose diamonds, mother-of-pearl. Given to Queen Mary on her birthday by Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, May 26 1946.

Fabergé column surmounted by a circular frame, c. Nephrite, two-colour…

Princess Alix of Hesse shortly after marrying Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and becoming Tsarina Alexandra of Russia.

Princess Alix of Hesse shortly after marrying Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and becoming Tsarina Alexandra of Russia.

Trans-Siberian Railway Egg - ca. 1900.  Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna.  Platinum, tinted gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, onyx, rock crystal, wood, silk, velvet.  In 1900, the railway that would link European Russia with the Pacific coast was near completion, an accomplishment that brought Nicholas great satisfaction and the support of his country. Fabergé devised this ingenious offering to celebrate the event.

1900 Trans-Siberian Railway Egg, presented by Nicolas II to his wife, the Alexandra Fyodorovna. The egg contained the detailed and bejewelled clockwork train in gold and platinum with rock-crystal windows assembled to a model one foot long.

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