Fabergé seal with handle of rutilated quartz, set on a column of white enamel and gold stripes with blank oval plaque and gadrooned red gold collar and foot, set with white agate stone (no impression). Workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903. Given to Queen Mary for her birthday, 26 May 1935, by Prince and Princess Nicholas of Greece.
B&B Bread and Biscuit on Behance by Oddds Singapore, Singapore curated by Packaging Diva PD. Collaterals were extended to business cards, biscuit packaging sealed with antique brass eyelets, a paper carrier bag with leather handles to juice bottles.
GROUP OF FIVE DESK SEALS 19TH CENTURY Comprising: two gold-cased mounted desk seals, c.1840, one with a bloodstone handle, the other with an amethyst handle and foiled quartz matrix carved with a mermaid crest; two Continental silver-gilt mounted bloodstone desk seals, c.1850; and a miniature glass desk seal, c.1820
Fabergé cylindrical desk seal with a pale lapis lazuli handle, rounded at the top and tapering to a gold and white guilloché enamel base, the gold chased with leaf trail borders. The seal is engraved with the crowned cypher of King George V.
A Fabergé miniature gold-mounted and jewelled nephrite paperknife, workmaster Erik Kollin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890, the fine nephrite blade set in a tapered gold handle set with a sapphire, in a Fabergé fitted red leather case inscribed in pen: Willy 1891. Provenance: Presented to Princess Thyra of Denmark, Duchess of Cumberland by her brother Prince William, later George I, King of the Hellenes.
A RUSSIAN CARVED ROCK CRYSTAL, GOLD AND TRANSPARENT ENAMEL PARASOL HANDLE MOUNTED AS A SEAL, ST. PETERSBURG, 1898-1908 the carved rock crystal handle tapering cylindrical, the collar enameled transparent strawberry red over a wavy engine-turned ground, the collar within gold laurel bands, the later gilded spreading base with beaded band, the matrix uncut, 72 standard, with later control marks