PLATINUM, DIAMOND, LAPIS LAZULI AND SAPPHIRE CIGARETTE CASE, JANESICH The case formed of one hollowed section of lapis lazuli, the top and bottom decorated with an openwork meander pattern and borders of numerous rose-cut diamonds, the front surmounted by a rose-cut diamond plaque of a griffin head, the sides accented by two small cabochon sapphires, signed Janesich, No. 16, 221; circa 1925.
A LARGE CARVED LAPIS LAZULI GOURD-FORM JAR AND COVER - The jar is naturalistically carved in the shape of a large gourd surrounded by smaller gourds borne on leafy vines. Two long-tailed birds are depicted standing on rocks beside the large gourd, while a third is perched at the top. The cover is similarly decorated with small gourds. The stone is of an attractive, vivid blue tone with paler gray areas. 7 5/8 in. (19.3 cm.) high
AN ENAMEL, MOONSTONE AND GOLD PENDANT, BY FABERGE Designed as a blue guilloché enamel scent bottle egg pendant, enhanced by sculpted 18k pink and yellow gold garland, the swags set with rose-cut diamonds, the removable stopper base set with a cabochon moonstone, suspended from a fine link gold chain, mounted in silver gilt and gold, circa 1908-1917, 1¼ ins., neckchain 30 ins. By Fabergé, with workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, scratched inventory number 16602, by…
[VIEW 2] A RARE RUSSIAN GOLD PENDANT Marked Fabergé, Moscow, 1908-17, 72 Zolotnik 1-3/8 inches (3.5 cm) long, including suspension ring 0.7 ounces (gross) Of 18k gold, overall engraved with Neoclassical foliate borders, fitted on opposite ends with four hinged circular gold covers all of which open to portrait images of Russian Grand Dukes dressed for the 1903 Costume Ball at the Winter Palace, on a gold suspension ring.