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 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.
Fabergé dove, circa Chalcedony, with rose diamond eyes and gold feet. A fantail dove in grey-brown chalcedony, with rose cut diamond eyes and chased gold legs. Provenance Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission)
Aardvark c. 1910 Agate and rose cut diamonds An aardvark carved in banded agate in shades of brown, blue, ochre and grey, with rose diamond eyes. Provenance Bought by King George V on 25 November 1914 from Fabergé's London branch,