A Fabergé jewelled gold pendant, probably St Petersburg, circa 1910. In neoclassical taste, comprising seven blue chalcedony cabochons suspending from one large and three small rose-cut diamond-set bows, diamond-set suspension loop.
FABERGE The Imperial Twelve Monogram Egg brand new certificate of authenticity
The story of the Fabergé egg began when Tsar Alexander III decided to give a jeweled Easter egg to his wife the Empress Marie Fedorovna, in 1885 to celebrate the anniversary of their betrothal.(It now need to belong to "Queen Beanie LeMer"
Faberge if those are wings on the child too bad because someone has a mistaken idea that there are baby cherubs but that is not scriptural. Angels are created as powerful beings that don't have to grow up.