Fabergé engraved gold with diamonds and cabochon ruby. Produced prior to 1896 in the workshop of Fabergé’s first head workmaster, Erik Kollin, this box is engraved to resemble basket weave. Presented to Queen Mary by the Nawab of Bahamalpour, before 1949.
Fabergé segmental shaped box of nephrite mounted with gold, the lid set with a fleur-de-lys of rose diamonds and a cabochon ruby. Workmaster Michael Perchin. Purchased by Tsarina Marie Feodorovna, 12 January 1898 (150 roubles) and gifted to Queen Alexandra.
This Fabergé stamp box in nephrite mounted with gold, diamonds and rubies is a good example of a beautifully designed yet practical object, which shows the quality of workmanship and attention to detail which Fabergé paid to all the objects made by his firm, however insignificant and whatever their cost. The top is fitted with two lids which meet diagonally. Inside, the three compartments have sloping bases to enable stamps to be removed easily. Mark of Michael Perchin, 1903.
Enamel and diamond vanity case, 1920s. The oval blonde celluloid case applied with an enamel and rose diamond foliate motif, opening to reveal mirror and two compartments for powder and lipstick, measuring approximately 95 x 50 x 13mm, French assay and maker's marks, lipstick signed Bulgari. #ArtDeco #VanityCase #Bulgari
A RARE ART DECO DIAMOND AND ENAMEL VANITY CASE, BY OSTERTAG The black enamel case, of square form and geometric design, decorated to the obverse with a central fluted and polished motif, extending graduated old European and rectangular-cut diamond vertical lines, the panel lifting to reveal a mirror and covered powder compartment, the black enameled reverse panel lifting to reveal an open compartment, further enhanced at the top terminal by diamond collet accents, circa 1930. Signed…