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A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 10,5 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 10,5 cm.

Fine hollow blown rose glass egg with cut designs and with panels deeply engraved with a Russian eagle enamelled in black and white with a gilded crown. Circa 1890.

Fine hollow blown rose glass egg with cut designs and with panels deeply engraved with a Russian eagle enamelled in black and white with a gilded crown. Circa 1890.

La historia narrada a través del arte: Los Huevos Imperiales de Fabergé

La historia narrada a través del arte: Los Huevos Imperiales de Fabergé

A Strikingly Beautiful Gold Mounted Carved Boulder Opal Antique Russian Miniature Egg Pendant. This highly unusual egg was made in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by jeweler W. Warburton, a UK citizen, supplier of the Russian Imperial Court. Jewelry by Warburton is extremely rare today. Clearly, this gold mounted carved egg was influenced by Warburton's neighbor - Peter Carl Faberge, whose shop was at B. Morskaia No. 16, and after 1900 - at B. Morskaia No.24.

A Strikingly Beautiful Gold Mounted Carved Boulder Opal Antique Russian Miniature Egg Pendant. This highly unusual egg was made in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by jeweler W. Warburton, a UK citizen, supplier of the Russian Imperial Court. Jewelry by Warburton is extremely rare today. Clearly, this gold mounted carved egg was influenced by Warburton's neighbor - Peter Carl Faberge, whose shop was at B. Morskaia No. 16, and after 1900 - at B. Morskaia No.24.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 10 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 10 cm.

A Russian porcelain Easter egg, Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, circa 1900. Centered with the cypher of Empress Alexandra formed as floriated initials of blue rosebuds and gilt laurel, surmounted by a gilt Imperial crown, the initial within a band of forget-me-nots and green leaves, the opposite side with a a bouquet of the flowers within a similar wreath, remainder of the egg scattered with forget-me-nots, a foliate band, and magenta ribbon.

A Russian porcelain Easter egg, Imperial Porcelain Factory, St Petersburg, circa 1900. Centered with the cypher of Empress Alexandra formed as floriated initials of blue rosebuds and gilt laurel, surmounted by a gilt Imperial crown, the initial within a band of forget-me-nots and green leaves, the opposite side with a a bouquet of the flowers within a similar wreath, remainder of the egg scattered with forget-me-nots, a foliate band, and magenta ribbon.

A Russian gold and transparent enamel Easter egg pendant and varicolor gold bracelet, St. Petersburg the egg enameled steel grey over an engine-turned ground, engraved and set with the date 1901 and the Latin initials RF, maker's mark obscured. The initials RF probably stand for République Française; the egg was probably intended as a commemorative gift during the Imperial family's state visit to Dunkurque, Compiègne, Reims and Paris, France from September 18 to 21, 1901. (back)

A Russian gold and transparent enamel Easter egg pendant and varicolor gold bracelet, St. Petersburg the egg enameled steel grey over an engine-turned ground, engraved and set with the date 1901 and the Latin initials RF, maker's mark obscured. The initials RF probably stand for République Française; the egg was probably intended as a commemorative gift during the Imperial family's state visit to Dunkurque, Compiègne, Reims and Paris, France from September 18 to 21, 1901. (back)

A Solitaire Diamond and Gold Egg Pendant made in St. Petersburg between 1904 and 1908. The textured 14K gold egg is set with a sparkling old European cut diamond (approximately 0.30 ct). Marked with 56 zolotnik standard with initials of St. Petersburg assay master Alexander Romanov and maker’s initials. Height without suspension ring – 16 mm (10/16 in.).

A Solitaire Diamond and Gold Egg Pendant made in St. Petersburg between 1904 and 1908. The textured 14K gold egg is set with a sparkling old European cut diamond (approximately 0.30 ct). Marked with 56 zolotnik standard with initials of St. Petersburg assay master Alexander Romanov and maker’s initials. Height without suspension ring – 16 mm (10/16 in.).

A Fabergé enamelled gold egg vinaigrette, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1892, enamelled in translucent fir green over scale engine-turning, the rim set with a band of diamond chips, the grille pierced: 1892, pendant loop.

A Fabergé enamelled gold egg vinaigrette, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1892, enamelled in translucent fir green over scale engine-turning, the rim set with a band of diamond chips, the grille pierced: 1892, pendant loop.

Russian silver egg by Maria I. Semenova, Moscow, made between 1896-1899

Russian silver egg by Maria I. Semenova, Moscow, made between 1896-1899

A RUSSIAN GILDED SILVER GEM SET AND SHADED ENAMEL EASTER EGG, FEDOR RÜCKERT (Friedrich Mauritz Rückert), MOSCOW, 1908-1917. Profusely enameled with geometric and floral ornaments in the Pan Slavic style in various shades against a mint green ground and with applied decorative filigree wires, and set with tiger eye and amethyst cabochons. The interior brightly gilded, hallmarked Moscow, circa 1908-1917, Cyrillic maker’s mark “FR” and 88 silver standard. Height 7 cm.

A RUSSIAN GILDED SILVER GEM SET AND SHADED ENAMEL EASTER EGG, FEDOR RÜCKERT (Friedrich Mauritz Rückert), MOSCOW, 1908-1917. Profusely enameled with geometric and floral ornaments in the Pan Slavic style in various shades against a mint green ground and with applied decorative filigree wires, and set with tiger eye and amethyst cabochons. The interior brightly gilded, hallmarked Moscow, circa 1908-1917, Cyrillic maker’s mark “FR” and 88 silver standard. Height 7 cm.

A porcelain egg, probably Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, circa 1900. Photo Bonhams. The Mother of God with Child to obverse and Lamb of God to reverse, both on gilt tooled ground against white border with floral garland; height: 6.8 cm.

A porcelain egg, probably Imperial Porcelain Manufactory, St. Petersburg, circa 1900. Photo Bonhams. The Mother of God with Child to obverse and Lamb of God to reverse, both on gilt tooled ground against white border with floral garland; height: 6.8 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 11 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 11 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 11 cm.

A Russian Porcelain Easter Egg. Early 20th century. Height 11 cm.

Faberge: The Coronation Egg.  At the top of the egg is the crowned monogram of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna emblazoned in rose-cut diamonds and rubies. The date 1897, appears beneath a smaller portrait diamond at the bottom of the egg. When the egg is opened, the surprise fitted inside a velvet-lined compartment is a removable replica of a coach of gold, enamel, diamond and rock crystal.

Faberge: The Coronation Egg. At the top of the egg is the crowned monogram of Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna emblazoned in rose-cut diamonds and rubies. The date 1897, appears beneath a smaller portrait diamond at the bottom of the egg. When the egg is opened, the surprise fitted inside a velvet-lined compartment is a removable replica of a coach of gold, enamel, diamond and rock crystal.

A Fabergé jewelled gold egg pendant, workmaster August Holmström, St Petersburg, late 19th century. The divided upper and lower sections with tapering flutes above a cabochon sapphire.

A Fabergé jewelled gold egg pendant, workmaster August Holmström, St Petersburg, late 19th century. The divided upper and lower sections with tapering flutes above a cabochon sapphire.