RUSSIAN SILVER FABERGE CHARKA, ST. PETERSBURG, 1908-1917. The bowl with rolled rim above a band of laurels and with silver ruble handle dated 1764 displaying a bust portrait of Katherine the Great. Interior brightly gilded, hallmarked St. Petersburg 1908-1917, workmasters initials "S.W" Stephan Wakeva.
Ottoman yataghan, c.
Dress Sheer cotton with silver gilt threat embroidery - England
Altar Frontal band Place of origin: England, Great Britain (made) Date: half century (made) Artist/Maker: Unknown (production) Materials and Techniques: Linen embroidered in silks and silver gilt Museum number:
A Victorian silver gilt posy holder of conical form with beaded rim above a band of turquoise beads, hung with chain decoration, the body engraved with Greek key and anthemion borders above another band of turquoise beads, on hinged tripod legs.
John Bridge (1755-1834) Verrière (part of The Grand Service) hallmark 1826/7. A set of 24 circular silver gilt verrières; the rim cast with a band of shamrocks, roses and thistles on a matt ground. The bombé body is cast with rounded arches and applied with the Royal supporters in relief, the coat of arms and GIVR monogram. Two figural handles issue from acanthus leaves at the sides.
A multi gem-set tiara Of scrolling openwork design, composed of highly stylised repoussé acanthus leaves and floral motifs, decorated with cabochon amethysts and emeralds, the centre set with a rose-cut diamond and garnet cross
A Russian silver/ enamel notebook, Moscow, circa
The Colonnade Egg Henrik Emanuel Wigström for Fabergé, 1910 The Royal Collection “This Imperial Easter Egg – which incorporates a rotary clock in its design, the movement supplied to Fabergé by Henry Moser & Cie – is in the form of a classical temple
A Gold-Mounted Silver-Gilt and Guillochá Enamel Cigarette Case Marked Fabergé, with the Workmaster's Mark of Henrik Wigstrom, St.