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An interesting royal provenance has been established for a beautiful Mecca-stone and diamond brooch by Carl Fabergé. An inventory number scratched into the metal, in a hesitant hand, refers to surviving ledgers which tell us it was bought by Her late Majesty Queen Alexandra. One of Carl Fabergé's most notable patrons, she purchased it from the London branch of Fabergé on 29th October, 1906.

A Faberge brooch belonging to Queen Alexandra. The central stone is a 'Mecca Stone', a term that Faberge's jewelers used to term a mauve or purple-blue chalcedony agate. It was bought in 1906 at Faberge's London shop, and cost 22 pounds.

Art Nouveau Georg Jensen pre war silver 830 JEWELRY Brooch # 133 with from denesszykunsthandel on Ruby Lane

Art Nouveau Georg Jensen pre war silver 830 JEWELRY Brooch # 133 with from denesszykunsthandel on Ruby Lane

Georg Jensen moonstone brooch

A Georg Jensen moonstone brooch to a design by Georg Jensen Numbered with stamped marks and import marks for London,

A brooch from the Royal Collection. Made by Faberge, and acquired by Queen Alexandra. There were replicas made and offered by the Metropolitan Museum of Art some years ago. Of course I bought the damn thing...

A brooch from the Royal Collection of HMTQ Elizabeth II. Made by Faberge, and acquired by Queen Alexandra of England. There were replicas made and offered by the Metropolitan Museum of Art some years ago.

VINTAGE SIGNED GEORG JENSEN INC SILVER PIN

Vintage signed georg jensen inc silver pin

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