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The 'Twelve Panel' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1899 for Alexander Kelch to give to his wife.  This egg was not part of the "Imperial" collection.  It is currently part of the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England.  The other Faberge eggs in that collection are Imperial eggs 'Basket of Wild Flowers,' 'Colonnade,' and 'Mosaic.'

The 'Twelve Panel' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1899 for Alexander Kelch to give to his wife. This egg was not part of the "Imperial" collection. It is currently part of the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II of England. The other Faberge eggs in that collection are Imperial eggs 'Basket of Wild Flowers,' 'Colonnade,' and 'Mosaic.'

RUSSIAN SILVER ENAMELED AND JEWELED EGG BOX  									  									  										Russian silver egg box having a multicolor enameled spiral design. Round cabochon ruby set to top. Gold wash interior. Holds double headed eagle mark, 84 silver purity with town mark and Ivan Petrovich Khlebnikov workmaster marks

RUSSIAN SILVER ENAMELED AND JEWELED EGG BOX Russian silver egg box having a multicolor enameled spiral design. Round cabochon ruby set to top. Gold wash interior. Holds double headed eagle mark, 84 silver purity with town mark and Ivan Petrovich Khlebnikov workmaster marks

Fine Decorative Arts Russian Silver Enameled Egg Box Having Cloisonne Multicolor Scrolled Floral Design. Gold Wash Interior. Includes Stand with Three Figural Eagle's Feet. Measures 4 Inches in Height + 1/2 Inch Base Height

Fine Decorative Arts Russian Silver Enameled Egg Box Having Cloisonne Multicolor Scrolled Floral Design. Gold Wash Interior. Includes Stand with Three Figural Eagle's Feet. Measures 4 Inches in Height + 1/2 Inch Base Height

A Russian gilded silver and shaded enamel champagne flute, Fedor Rückert, Moscow, 1899-1908, of tapering shape, the bottom of the goblet gadrooned and decorated with applied cables, the stem with two knops, the body enameled with brightly colored, stylized foliage against a cream ground, set on a spreading foot similarly enameled.

A Russian gilded silver and shaded enamel champagne flute, Fedor Rückert, Moscow, 1899-1908, of tapering shape, the bottom of the goblet gadrooned and decorated with applied cables, the stem with two knops, the body enameled with brightly colored, stylized foliage against a cream ground, set on a spreading foot similarly enameled.

A Fabergé silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel spoon, probably workmaster Feodor Rückert, Moscow, 1899-1908 the underside of the bowl enamelled with shaded pink flowers within leaf swirls on a stippled ground, the handle similarly decorated, the leaves enclosing a purple plique-à-jour ground, struck K.Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 2(?)2873  length 17.4cm, 6 7/8 in. Estimation 8,000 — 12,000 GBP | JV

A Fabergé silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel spoon, probably workmaster Feodor Rückert, Moscow, 1899-1908 the underside of the bowl enamelled with shaded pink flowers within leaf swirls on a stippled ground, the handle similarly decorated, the leaves enclosing a purple plique-à-jour ground, struck K.Fabergé in Cyrillic beneath the Imperial Warrant, 88 standard, scratched inventory number 2(?)2873 length 17.4cm, 6 7/8 in. Estimation 8,000 — 12,000 GBP | JV

A RUSSIAN SILVER GILT, SHADED, AND CLOISONNE ENAMEL TEA GLASS HOLDER, MOSCOW, 1896-1908.  The sides divided into eight panels displaying shaded enamel florals against a stippled, gilt ground. The handle similarly decorated and with turquoise beading, underside with Cyrillic maker's mark EP.

A RUSSIAN SILVER GILT, SHADED, AND CLOISONNE ENAMEL TEA GLASS HOLDER, MOSCOW, 1896-1908. The sides divided into eight panels displaying shaded enamel florals against a stippled, gilt ground. The handle similarly decorated and with turquoise beading, underside with Cyrillic maker's mark EP.

Faberge, Russian gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel charka with a fanciful bird handle, by Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1896 to 1908;

Faberge, Russian gilded silver and shaded cloisonne enamel charka with a fanciful bird handle, by Feodor Ruckert, Moscow, circa 1896 to 1908;