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A FABERGÉ JEWELLED GOLD AND ENAMEL GUM POT, WORKMASTER FEODOR AFANASIEV, ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1908 the ovoid body enamelled in translucent blue over engine-turned wavy stripes, the yellow gold brush handle cast as a grapevine above three rose-cut diamond 'grapes' on a gadrooned rose gold collar, struck with workmaster's initials and Fabergé in Cyrillic, 56 standard, scratched inventory number 14663.
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This Fabergé fan-shaped box formed part of Queen Mary’s collection. The body of the box is of bloodstone while the lid, in the shape of a fan, is of alternate tooled gold and pink guilloché enamelled stripes, edged with brilliant diamonds. The handle of the fan forms the hinge and is set with pearls, while the pushpiece is a cabochon moonstone. Workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903.