Antique Picture Frames
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Mikhail Perkhin (1860-1903) - Frame holding a photograph of Princess Maud of Wales
The third daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Princess Maud (1869–1938) married Prince Charles of Denmark in 1896. He became King Haakon VII of Norway in 1905. This photograph, taken in the late 1890s, is set into an oval gold frame by Fabergé, with blue guilloché enamel and alternate gold bands of laurel leaves surmounted by a ribbon cresting, workmaster Michael Perchin, c. 1895.
Property from the Collections of Lily & Edmond J. Safra: An unusual Fabergé varicolor gold, jeweled and translucent enamel photograph frame, workmaster Johan Victor Aarne, St. Petersburg, 1899-1908, of fan shape, enameled translucent pale salmon over a guilloché ground and applied with crossed gold palm fronds and staves centered by a cabochon sapphire, the edge of the white enamel dial bordered by seed pearls, the outer border wrapped with laurel branches.
Mikhail Perkhin (1860-1903) - Frame with a photograph of Gladys, Marchioness of Ripon
Fabergé two-colour gold, silver-gilt, light blue guilloché enamel frame, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903, with a miniature of Constance Gladys Herbert, niece of the 12th Earl of Pembroke. In 1878 she married St George, 4th Earl of Lonsdale, who died in 1882. In 1885 she married Frederick, Earl de Grey, who became the 2nd Marquess of Ripon.