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A large Fabergé silver bowl, Moscow, the stepped sides applied with laurel and berry festoons hung from rosettes, the handles of lion masks bearing rings, gilt interior.

A FABERGÉ GOLD-MOUNTED NEPHRITE BOWL, WORKMASTER: MICHAEL PERCHIN, ST. PETERSBURG, CIRCA 1890 the oval bowl flanked with foliate scroll handles and supported on an exuberantly scrolling neo-rococo base, marked Fabergé with workmaster's initials and scratched inventory number 40880, 56 standard.

A Fabergé gold-mounted nephrite bowl, workmaster: Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1890 the oval bowl flanked with foliate scroll handles and supported on an exuberantly scrolling neo-rococo base,

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A Fabergé silver-mounted sandstone match holder, workmaster Anders (Antti) Nevalainen, St.

A Silver-Mounted Cut-Glass Bowl  Marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow, 1908-1917, scratched inventory number 26695 Circular on spreading domed foot, rising to a ribbon-tied band supporting a colorless glass bowl cut with a diamond and star pattern, the silver rim mount with wavescroll-and-leaf band and two upright ribbon-tied laurel wreath handles, marked on inner rim of mount and under base.

A Silver-Mounted Cut-Glass Bowl Marked Fabergé with the Imperial warrant…

*A Silver-Mounted Cut Glass Bowl MARKED K. FABERGÉ WITH THE IMPERIAL WARRANT, MOSCOW, 1908-1917

A Silver-Mounted Cut Glass Bowl Marked K. Fabergé with the Imperial warrant, Moscow,

Faberge Gold Diamond Cigarette Case Gift from Nicholas II 1908-1917

The cypher of Emperor Nicholas II set in diamonds on a Fabergé Imperial presentation gold cigarette case.

A Fabergé parcel-gilt sauce boat, Moscow, 1896

A Fabergé parcel-gilt sauce boat, Moscow, Cast and chased with scallop shells with foliate scroll ornament, the handle surmounted with a partridge, gilt interior.

A silver, jewelled and enamel bowlFaberge with Imperial Warrant, Moscow, 1899-1908, with scratch inventory number 17352

A silver, jewelled and enamel bowlFabergé with Imperial Warrant, Moscow, with scratch inventory number 17352 and with later French import marks

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