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A FABERGÉ GOLD AND ENAMEL PHOTOGRAPH FRAME, WORKMASTER MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1895 circular, enameled in translucent apricot over concentric guilloché bands, the rim with opaque white enamel relieved by bands of green, the circular aperture with rose-cut diamond bezel, the ivory back with scrolling A-form gold strut, with workmaster's initials, Fabergé in Cyrillic, and 56 standard; also with scratched inventory number 54609, in fitted leather Wartski case diameter 3 in.; 7.6…

abergé gold and enamel photograph frame, workmaster Michael Perchin, St.

Fabergé frame with photograph of King Christian IX of Denmark. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1893.

Fabergé frame with King Christian IX of Denmark. Father of Queen Alexandra and Empress Maria Feodorovna. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin,

Fabergé gold and red-orange guilloché enamel frame with ivory back, with a photograph of Queen Alexandra when Princess of Wales. Workmaster Michael Perchin.

Fabergé gold and red-orange guilloché enamel frame with ivory back, with a photograph of Queen Alexandra when Princess of Wales.

Fabergé frame in three-colour gold, light blue guilloché enamel, half pearls, and ivory, 1908, with a photograph of King George V. Acquired by Queen Mary, consort of George V.

Fabergé Frame with a photograph of King George V 1896 - 1908 Three-colour gold, guilloché enamel, half pearls, ivory

A Fabergé silver and enamel frame, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1895 | Lot | Sotheby's

Fabergé silver and enamel frame, workmaster Michael Perchin, St Petersburg, circa 1895

A Faberge gem-set gold and guilloche enamel frame, workmaster Johann Victor Aarne, St Petersburg, circa 1899 to 1908. Of oval form, the rose-gold frame surmounted by a bow-knot, the apple green guilloche enamel applied with chased yellow-gold laurel leaves punctuated by bezel-set diamonds. John Atzbach.

- A gem-set gold and guilloche enamel frame. Of oval form, the rose-gold frame surmounted by a bow-knot, the apple green guilloche enamel applied with chased yellow-gold laurel leaves punctuated by bezel-set diamonds.

A SILVER-GILT GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL MINIATURE FRAME marked Fabergé and with the workmaster's mark of Johan Victor Aarne, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908, with scratched inventory number 3083 Of rectangular form with cut corners, the pyramidal sloping frame of translucent mauve guilloché enamel enclosing a photograph of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna holding her daughter Grand Duchess Tatiana, within a gold dot and dash border, surmounted by a ribbon crest, with scroll strut, marked on rim and strut

A SILVER-GILT GUILLOCHÉ ENAMEL MINIATURE FRAME marked Fabergé and with the workmaster's mark of Johan Victor Aarne, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908, with scratched inventory number 3083 Of rectangular form with cut corners, the pyramidal sloping frame of translucent mauve guilloché enamel enclosing a photograph of Empress Alexandra Feodorovna holding her daughter Grand Duchess Tatiana, within a gold dot and dash border, surmounted by a ribbon crest, with scroll strut, marked on rim and strut

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Rectangular frame of red gold; formed by gold and white enamel rods set with pearls and entwined with chased gold floral garlands, pink guilloche sunburst.

Fabergé’s workmaster Mikhail Perkhin made this silver gilt and enamel desk clock in about 1890. Of square from, it is enamelled in translucent blue over a wavy sunburst guilloché ground to which radiating tapering bands have been applied. The circular silver laurel-wreath bezel encloses a white dial with Arabic chapters and pierced gold hands. The clock is 10.7cm (4.2in) high. It is estimated at £100,000-150,000 (US$160,000-230,000; €120,000-170,000).

Fabergé’s workmaster Mikhail Perkhin made this silver gilt and enamel desk clock…

AN ANTIQUE ENAMELLED PHOTO FRAME, BY FABERGÉ   The small bell-shaped frame with orange-red guilloché base centering an oval photo compartment within a halfpearl-set rim, applied with rose-cut diamond rosettes, acorn feet and bow surmount, ivory back, Russian, circa 1900

AN ANTIQUE ENAMELLED PHOTO FRAME, BY FABERGÉ The small bell-shaped frame with orange-red guilloché base centering an oval photo compartment within a halfpearl-set rim, applied with rose-cut diamond rosettes, acorn feet and bow surmount, ivory back, Russian, circa 1900

Fabergé circular strut frame of gold and orange guilloché enamel with gold foliate and berry wreath, the berries formed of five cabochon rubies; the pearl set bezel and reeded edge mount has an inset photograph of Queen Alexandra. The whole has a mother-of-pearl back and A-strut. Mark of Victor Aarne, c. 1907-08.

Circular strut frame of gold and orange guilloché enamel with gold foliate and berry wreath, the berries formed of five cabochon rubies; the pearl set bezel.

Рамка с фотографией королевы Александры, когда Принцесса Уэльская, ее сын Принц Альберт Виктор

Rectangular frame of silver-gilt with salmon pink guilloché enamel, chased twice with crossed arrows and foliate wreaths, twice with foliate caducii;

A Russian gem-set gilded silver and transparent enamel photograph frame, retailed by Fabergé, St. Petersburg, 1898-1908 shaped rectangular, the surface enameled translucent green over a wavy guilloché ground, applied with gilt swags and flowerheads set with diamonds and rubies, surmounted by a bowknot, with ivorine back and shaped strut, with unidentified Cyrillic maker's mark PE or PF, Fabergé in Cyrillic.

A Russian gem-set gilded silver and transparent enamel photograph frame…

Double frame with photographs of Prince Charles of Denmark and Princess Maud of Wales

Johann Victor Aarne - Double frame with photographs of Prince Charles of Denmark and Princess Maud of Wales

The third daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Princess Maud (1869–1938) married Prince Charles of Denmark in 1896. He became King Haakon VII of Norway in 1905. This photograph, taken in the late 1890s, is set into an oval gold frame by Fabergé, with blue guilloché enamel and alternate gold bands of laurel leaves surmounted by a ribbon cresting, workmaster Michael Perchin, c. 1895.

The third daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Princess Maud married Prince Charles of Denmark in He became King Haakon VII of Norway in

Fabergé violet guilloché sunburst enamel and gold frame with miniature of Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. Workmaster Michael Perchin. Acquired by the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra), c.1895.

Fabergé violet guilloché sunburst enamel and gold frame with miniature of Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. Acquired by the Prince and Princess of Wales (later King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra),

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