A RUSSIAN TWO-COLOUR GOLD-MOUNTED GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL BELL-PUSH MARKED FABERGÉ AND WITH WORKMASTER'S MARK OF MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1890, AND WITH SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 59779 Spherical and with translucent mauve sides and a band of white enamel applied with a laurel branch and berry band, the moonstone push-piece set within a gold starburst motif, on a foliate slightly spreading foot. FROM THE COLLECTION OF KING GEORGE I OF THE HELLENES. Christie's.
Box in Solid Silver Gilt with Approx Diamonds Matched Box. The hallmarks are 88 for silver and in Cyrillic letter the master sign яA for Gustav Hjalmar Armfelt. He worked for Fabergé. The box comes with the original fitted wooden box with Fabergè signs.