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Солонка-трон с изображением двуглавых орлов. Россия. Дятьковский хрустальный завод. 1890-е гг.

Солонка-трон с изображением двуглавых орлов. Россия. Дятьковский хрустальный завод. 1890-е гг.

EWELED SILVER-GILT MOUNTED LAPIS PARASOL HANDLE Circa 1900. Stamped 56, AG in Russian Cyrillic for Andrei Goryanov, and K with crest for Fab...

Jewelled Silver-Gilt Mounted Lapis Parasol Handle Circa Stamped AG in Russian Cyrillic for Andrei Goryanov, and K with crest for Fabergé

Richard Hoppe specialises in antique and vintage scent and perfume bottles, attractive ceramic tiles and panels, decorative Continental glassware by famous makers.

Russian Easter egg. Silver. Casting. Enamel on filigree. End of XIX beginning of XX centuries.

Enamel on filigree. End of XIX beginning of XX centuries.

Peacock Beaded Clutch

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Karl Faberge.  sets of lapis lazuli into stars and rose cut diamonds. In the box marked  Faberge, St. Petersburg Moscow   by Rossini Maison de Ventes aux Enchères

Karl Faberge Egg with chased gold sets of lapis lazuli into stars and rose cut diamonds. In the box marked Faberge, St. Petersburg Moscow, H.

Glittering lavender coats this authentic egg, which rests atop a pedestal covered with royal purple velvet. Star-shaped designs are cut into the egg shell, alternating with sparkling clear crystals. Golden beads and braid edge the lid, which opens to display a velvet-lined interior. Plays "Shall We Dance" as the egg rotates.

Carl Fabergé Imperial Egg plays "Shall We Dance" as the egg rotates.

Ваза с орнаментом в виде золотой сетки с красными эмалевыми бусинами. Россия. Санкт- Петербург. Императорский стеклянный завод. 1860-е – 1870-е гг.

Ваза с орнаментом в виде золотой сетки с красными эмалевыми бусинами. Россия. Санкт- Петербург. Императорский стеклянный завод. 1860-е – 1870-е гг.

Samuel Schellink for ROZENBURG, porcelain eggshell cup and saucer decorated with lilac branches and spiderwebs, 1907-1908

Samuel Schellink for ROZENBURG, porcelain eggshell cup and saucer decorated with lilac branches and spiderwebs,

Rozenburg, Den Haag, “Eggshell" Porcelain.

Rozenburg, Den Haag, “Eggshell" Porcelain.

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Faberge Style Egg Music Box Trinket Box by Keren por KerenKopal

The 52 “Imperial” eggs each featured precious stones, expensive metals and clockwork engineering. In 1918, after the fall of the Romanovs, the Bolsheviks tore through the House of Fabergé and the tsar’s palaces. All of the eggs were confiscated and shipped to the Kremlin, where many were later sold off. There’s just one catch, though: eight eggs went missing. Each one is valued in the millions, with rumored locations including England, the U.S. and, of course, Russia.

The Royal Danish egg (also known as the Danish Jubilee egg), One of eight Fabergé eggs that are currently lost, it is one of two eggs whose existence is known only from a single photograph.

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