Explora Alejandra Feodorovna ¡y mucho más!

Fabergé rectangular straight sided box with canted corners of rock crystal, lid engraved on underside with Tsarina's crowned AA monogram, hinged gold rim mounts on three sides with green and white guilloché enamel border and faceted topaz and ruby thumb-piece. The cypher engraved on this box indicates that it belonged to Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna. Mark of Michael Perchin.

Fabergé rectangular straight sided box with canted corners of rock crystal, lid engraved on underside with Tsarina's crowned AA monogram, hinged gold rim mounts on three sides with green and white guilloché enamel border and faceted topaz and ruby thumb-piece. The cypher engraved on this box indicates that it belonged to Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna. Mark of Michael Perchin.

Box in the form of a banded trunk, House of Carl Fabergé, 1839-1908. Nephrite,gold,enamel,diamonds.

Box in the form of a banded trunk, House of Carl Fabergé, 1839-1908. Nephrite,gold,enamel,diamonds.

A Fabergé jewelled and gold-mounted enamel pill box, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1903 | Lot | Sotheby's

A Fabergé jewelled and gold-mounted enamel pill box, workmaster Henrik Wigström, St Petersburg, 1903 | Lot | Sotheby's

Fabergé, Alexandritas, rubies and diamonds set into a bracelet that recreates the spirit tsarist.

Actualmente la fusión de plata y oro rosa se manifiesta como combinación ganadora. Un buen ejemplo es este collar que combina ambos materiales muy acetadamente

He encontrado este interesante anuncio de Etsy en https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/233112825/victorian-gold-locket-antique-locket-set

He encontrado este interesante anuncio de Etsy en https://www.etsy.com/es/listing/233112825/victorian-gold-locket-antique-locket-set

Fabergé raspberry, c. 1900. Rock crystal, gold, nephrite, rhodonite. Provenance: Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra; in the Royal Collection by 1953. One of two Fabergé raspberries in the Royal Collection. According to a note in an inventory of Queen Mary’s Fabergé collection, dated 1949, a raspberry flower was given to Queen Victoria in 1894 by Lord Carrington (1843-1928), her Lord Chamberlain from 1892 to 1895.

Fabergé raspberry, c. 1900. Rock crystal, gold, nephrite, rhodonite. Provenance: Probably acquired by Queen Alexandra; in the Royal Collection by 1953. One of two Fabergé raspberries in the Royal Collection. According to a note in an inventory of Queen Mary’s Fabergé collection, dated 1949, a raspberry flower was given to Queen Victoria in 1894 by Lord Carrington (1843-1928), her Lord Chamberlain from 1892 to 1895.

Pinterest
Buscar