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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 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 RUSSIAN CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A DOG, CIRCA 1900 modeled as a hunting dog stalking prey, with collet-set diamond eyes, the underside of one paw with an obscured initial or monogram

A RUSSIAN CARVED HARDSTONE FIGURE OF A DOG, CIRCA 1900 modeled as a hunting dog stalking prey, with collet-set diamond eyes, the underside of one paw with an obscured initial or monogram

A Faberge bear,  carved from a single piece of dark green bowenite, modelled midstep, the eyes set with rose diamonds.  4.6 cm by 2.7 cm  A bear identical to this, apart for being carved in nephrite, was in the collection of His Majesty the King of the Hellenes. King Paul's Great Aunt was Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. His Faberge animals were sold by Sothebys in London on 25th November 1957 and the bear, pictured above, was lot 114.

A Faberge bear, carved from a single piece of dark green bowenite, modelled midstep, the eyes set with rose diamonds. 4.6 cm by 2.7 cm A bear identical to this, apart for being carved in nephrite, was in the collection of His Majesty the King of the Hellenes. King Paul's Great Aunt was Tsarina Marie Feodorovna. His Faberge animals were sold by Sothebys in London on 25th November 1957 and the bear, pictured above, was lot 114.

Faberge Holly Sprig,    Creator:  Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923) (workmaster) Creation Date:  c. 1908 Materials:  Rock crystal, gold, nephrite, purpurine   Acquirer:  Queen Alexandra, consort of King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1844-1925) Provenance:  Bought by the Hon. Mrs George Keppel from Fabergé's London branch, 1908 (£43); apparently given to Queen Alexandra Mark of Henrik Wigström; gold mark of 72 zolotniks (1896-1908); Fabergé in Cyrillic characters

Faberge Holly Sprig, Creator: Henrik Emanuel Wigström (1862-1923) (workmaster) Creation Date: c. 1908 Materials: Rock crystal, gold, nephrite, purpurine Acquirer: Queen Alexandra, consort of King Edward VII, King of the United Kingdom (1844-1925) Provenance: Bought by the Hon. Mrs George Keppel from Fabergé's London branch, 1908 (£43); apparently given to Queen Alexandra Mark of Henrik Wigström; gold mark of 72 zolotniks (1896-1908); Fabergé in Cyrillic characters

Fabergé jungle fowl, circa 1903-8. Workmaster Henrik Wigström. Tiger's eye quartz with rose diamond eyes and gold legs.

Fabergé jungle fowl, circa 1903-8. Workmaster Henrik Wigström. Tiger's eye quartz with rose diamond eyes and gold legs.

A Gold-Mounted Carved Obsidian Model of a Crow  By Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917 Realistically modeled, with diamond-set eyes and chased and engraved gold feet, lacking beak, marked on feet 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm.) high

A Gold-Mounted Carved Obsidian Model of a Crow By Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917 Realistically modeled, with diamond-set eyes and chased and engraved gold feet, lacking beak, marked on feet 1 5/8 in. (4.1 cm.) high

Corncrake on a wheatsheaf. This bird and wheatsheaf are carved from a single piece of chalcedony. Text adapted from Fabergé in the Royal Collection  Provenance Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission)

Corncrake on a wheatsheaf. This bird and wheatsheaf are carved from a single piece of chalcedony. Text adapted from Fabergé in the Royal Collection Provenance Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission)

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