A hardstone carving of an eagle by Fabergé, naturalistically carved from a single piece of Siberian nephrite, with outstretched open wings, its rose diamond eyes looking imperiously forward. Provenance: Purchased by Princess Cecile Murat for £68 during a sales trip to Paris by Fabergé’s London branch in December 1912.
A pair of budgerigars on a perch, by Fabergé. The birds carved in nephrite with rose diamond eyes, the perch of silver-gilt with green and white guilloché enamel and rose diamonds. Mark of Michael Perchin,
Sadie loves this and calls it a caterpillar! x---Carl Faberge Exhibition at Wartski- Carved from Nephrite Jade, every detail of the insect is minutely depicted and the carving is so fine that the wings are transparent.
The Royal Collection: Pair of macaques - Monkeys of all varieties, in a range of poses, were produced in Fabergé's workshops and were clearly popular with all his customers. Four were purchased by the royal family from the London Branch between 1907 and 1
A Fabergé carved stone capercaillie, with its head outstretched, carved in brown agate, with rose diamond eyes and gold feet. Mark of Henrik Wigström, c. Presumably acquired by King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.
A RUSSIAN JEWELLED NEPHRITE MODEL OF A FROG BY FABERGÉ, CIRCA 1890 Humorously carved, resting on its front feet as if preparing to dive, with diamond eyes. FROM THE COLLECTION OF KING GEORGE I OF THE HELLENES. Christie's.