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Fabergé at Koldinghus: Table clock in gold, nephrite and rubies. White enamel face with gold hands encircled by rose-cut diamonds. Property of the Royal Danish Collection at Amalienborg

14 Fabergé at Koldinghus: Table clock in gold, nephrite and rubies. White enamel face with gold hands encircled by rose-cut diamonds. Property of the Royal Danish Collection at Amalienborg

The Bay Tree Fabergé egg is a jeweled carved enameled Easter egg made in 1911 for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on April 12, 1911. Turning a tiny lever disguised as a fruit, hidden among the leaves of the bay tree, activates the hinged circular top of the tree and a feathered songbird rises and flaps its wings, turns its head, opens its beak and sings

The Quick 10: 10 Faberge Egg Surprises

Fabergé, Bay Tree Egg, Nicholas II to his mother Maria, (currently in Russia).

A three-color gold-mounted silver and bowenite Table-clock  marked Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890, with scrathed inventory number 53177 The circular hardstone pedastal on three gadrooned feet, on stepped base and partly facetted stem, the circular silver mount with tied reed bezel with Greek key-pattern bands, the enamel clock face with Roman chapter and gold hands, marked on reverse.

A three-color gold-mounted silver and bowenite Table-clock marked Fabergé, workmaster Michael Perchin, St.

A Louis XVI marble and ormolu temple shape mantel clock

A late century white marble and gilt bronze temple shape mantel clock composed of two levels. The first one has the visible movement with double rotating dial, with Roman…Coisas de Terê

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Faberge Clock - A Silver-Gilt Mounted Guilloché Enamel and Bowenite Clock Marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, with the workmaster mark of Julius Rappoport, St Petersburg,

13 (I) "The Renaissance Egg" (1894) Last egg from Alexander III to Maria Fyodorovnae. Media: chalcedony, gold, diamonds, rubies, emerald, white agate. Surprise: Missing.  String of Pearls? Another theory is that the surprise for the Renaissance egg is the Resurrection egg, which perfectly fits the curvature of the Renaissance Egg's shell and has a similar decoration in enamel on the base. Crafted by: Michael Perkhin. Location:  Viktor Vekselberg collection (Moscow, Russia) aei

A highly intriguing hypothesis has recently been advanced by Fabergé collector, Christopher Forbes, namely that the Resurrection Egg is in fact the surprise originally contained in the Renaissance Egg

Fabergé silver, parcel-gilt, enamel tea caddy, … | ♥ silver & blue ♥)

Fabergé silver, parcel-gilt, enamel tea caddy, Moscow, Beleef cultuurhistorie met high tea: www.

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