A Fabergé jewelled gold pendant, Moscow, 1899-1908. the oval sapphire claw-set within an openwork rose-cut diamond-set scroll frame and four large circular-cut diamonds, ribbon surmount, struck KF in Cyrillic, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 316?38 height including suspension loop 5cm, 2in.
Exceedingly fine Faberge brooch, workmaster August Hollming, the 28.19 carat cushion-cut Ceylon sapphire, surrounded by sixty-eight rose cut diamonds with ribbon top.
A brooch from the Royal Collection of HMTQ Elizabeth II. Made by Faberge, and acquired by Queen Alexandra of England. There were replicas made and offered by the Metropolitan Museum of Art some years ago.
A belle époque pink tourmaline, pearl and diamond pendant, circa The quatrefoil plaque set to the centre with a cushion-shaped pink tourmaline within a finely pierced border of scrolling tracery, decorated with old brilliant, single and rose-cut dia
The brooch belonged to The Romanovs (Paul I) since the century - gold, silver, diamonds & spinels. The biggest spinel was put into The Grand Imperial Crown of Russia. Kept by the Diamond Fund, The Kremlin, Moscow
KARL FABERGÉ - Brooch in gold with diamonds and emeralds Russian gold, made by Fabergé 56 'KФ', St. Petersburg assay mark central body surmounted by bow with pendants studded with old and rose cut diamonds, and different
An Edwardian sapphire, pearl and diamond brooch, circa In the form or a wreath set with rose-cut diamonds and pearls, suspending an oval-cut sapphire swing drop and terminating in an oval-cut sapphire with a graduated rose and old round brilliant-cu