Fabergé Jade Kosch – An oval, boat shaped, long ceremonial drinking cup with golden handle with diamonds and a “NII” monogram. This was a gift of the tsar Nicolas II to Ambassador Boutiron, the French ambassador to Russia in des Arts Décoratifs in Paris).
A highly unusual gold and chrysoprase egg pendant. Petersburg between 1899 and An egg-shaped carved chrysoprase (the most valuable variety of chalcedony gemstones) of glowing green color is mounted with two-tone gold interlaced garlands.
Fabergé egg-shaped box in 1903 of Rhodonite, gold & rose diamonds. Purchased by Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna Romanova Apr Apr Russia as a gift for King Edward VII UK & his wife Queen Alexandra Denmark.
Carl Fabergé - Leaves and fruit carved out of Green Jade
Nicholas & Alexandra: Faberge’s Coronation Egg
Faberge Imperial Egg - "Coronation", 1897. These eggs are a thing of beauty, meticulously crafted with the utmost care. They were the creation of a man named Peter Karl Fabergé, and because of his beautiful masterpieces, he would become one of most famous goldsmiths of his time.