A Fabergé gold locket fob seal, workmaster August Holmström, St Petersburg, circa 1865, formed as a measure of weight, one Pud, with thick handle, the base opening to reveal two black and white photographs, the lapis lazuli matrix engraved with the Order of Guelph. Provenance: HRH Princess Thyra of Denmark, Duchess of Cumberland (1853-1933).
A silver pitcher shaped as a rabbit standing on its hind quarters, with hinged head, gilt interior & cabochon ruby eyes - stamped with Imperial Warrant mark of Fabergé, assay mark of Moscow 1894, assay master A. Svetchin, 88, height 9 ¾”.. This pitcher & the six rabbits that follow were formerly in the collection of King Ferdinand of Bulgaria (1861-1948), one of Fabergé's most important clients. While several similar pitchers exist, no other such group of rabbits seems to have survived.
Diamond, Enamel, Gold Pendant-Necklace, Fabergé The pendant functions as a locket and features full-cut diamonds weighing a total of approximately 0.15 carat, set in 18k gold accented by red and black enamel, suspending from a necklace enhanced by red enamel applied on 18k gold, marked Faberge.