Russian silver egg adorned with cabochon garnets and raised design depicting bees, leaves and grape clusters with vines. Gold wash to interior. Makers marks [Pavel Ovchinnikov] to both pieces of the egg. Late 19th century.
The Royal Romanov Family of Russia and Tsar Nicholas II Memorabilia An Antique Russian FABERGE silver-topped gold, aquamarine and diamond brooch / pin in Art Deco style, made in St. Petersburg around 1910 by Alfred Thielemann.
THE ROMANOVS JEWELRY - The Oak Branch brooch performed by Master Holmstrom of The House of Faberge, the end of the 19th century. Gold, silver, diamonds, pearls. The brooch was a part of Nikolay II's special fund and a remarkable present given after the hunting in Belovezh in 1897. Sold by Russian Auction House in 2011, estimated for 13,000 USD.
Fabergé’s workmaster Mikhail Perkhin made this silver gilt and enamel desk clock in about 1890. Of square from, it is enamelled in translucent blue over a wavy sunburst guilloché ground to which radiating tapering bands have been applied. The circular silver laurel-wreath bezel encloses a white dial with Arabic chapters and pierced gold hands. The clock is 10.7cm (4.2in) high. It is estimated at £100,000-150,000 (US$160,000-230,000; €120,000-170,000).