Fabergé: A group of ten designs for art nouveau and floral brooches, set with cabochon stones, some with enamelled panels, circa 1900 mounted in two frames pencil and watercolour on paper.
Fabergé silver 88 gilt and cloisonné enamel spoon probably by Feodor Rückert, Moscow 1899-1908
Faberge egg necklace, Hermitage museum
Faberge unveils first Imperial egg in 99 years
Faberge unveils first Imperial egg in 99 years | Lifestyle | GMA News Online (2-24-15)
(1) FABERGE Egg No. 25?__1902. Imperial "Clover Leaf "Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise has been lost but according to archives it is reported to be a four leaf clover with twenty three diamonds, and four miniature portraits of the four daughters of the Emperor: Olga, Tatiana, Maria and Anastasia.
FORGET ME NOT BLUE DECORATED EGG, for the Russian Imperial Court by fabergé
It is known that worthy pieces of jewelry require time, and so there is a story that is for each Faberge egg needed a whole year to make and that is in the making of miniature details involved more than one master.
wutdahull: Imperial Pamiat Azova Egg Fabergé. Workmaster Michael Perchin. 1891
A Fabergé jewelled gold pendant, probably St Petersburg, circa 1910. In neoclassical taste, comprising seven blue chalcedony cabochons suspending from one large and three small rose-cut diamond-set bows, diamond-set suspension loop.