A FABERGÉ HARDSTONE ELEPHANT, 1914-1917 carved of nephrite, seated on its hindquarters, with aventurine quartz tusks and rose-cut diamond-set eyes, in original Fabergé wood case height: 3.5cm, 1 3/8 in.
A jewelled hardstone figure of a frogFabergé, c. 1900
Fresh as the day it was carved, 400 yr-old Qing Dynasty jade cabbage. Spot the katydid!
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aleyma: Horaku, Owl and Bat netsuke, early to mid 19th century (source).
A jewelled agate miniature figure of a turtle Fabergé, St. Petersburg, c.1900 an exquisitely carved miniature figure of a baby turtle, the top realistically carved to simulate the texture and look of the tortoise shell, the feet carved with minute details, the eyes set with rose-cut diamonds; in fitted original wooden box lined with cream velvet and stamped with Fabergé firm insignia length: 2.7cm (1 1/8in).
FABERGÉ HARDSTONE ELEPHANT, WORKMASTER HENRIK WIGSTRÖM, ST PETERSBURG, 1908-1917
Rosebud Egg, gift from Nikolai II to his wife, 1894. This was the first egg given to Alexandra Feodorovna. It was made with the colours of Darmstadt, birthplace of the Tsarina, to remind her of the rose gardens there on her first Easter away from her home.
A Fabergé jewelled gold egg pendant, St Petersburg, circa 1890. Chased with acanthus leaves within chevrons set with rose-cut diamonds and cabochon rubies, gold loop.