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A Fabergé silver and cloisonné enamel egg pendant, St Petersburg, 1899-1904

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Estimate:

1,500

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- 2,000 GBP

A Fabergé silver and cloisonné enamel egg pendant, St Petersburg, 1899-1904

A Fabergé silver and cloisonné enamel egg pendant, St Petersburg, 1899-1904

Estimate:

1,500

to
- 2,000 GBP

Lot sold:

10,710

GBP

A Fabergé silver and cloisonné enamel egg pendant, St Petersburg, 1899-1904


Enamelled in shades of blue, red, green and white consisting of lozenges forming a chequered pattern centred by small enamelled roundels, struck with indistinct maker's mark, 84 standard

height 1.6cm, 5/8 in.

In overall good condition.


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Formerly in the collection of Grand Duchess Georgievna of Russia (1903-1965)
The Grand Duchess Georgievna of Russia was the daughter of Grand Duke George Mihailovich of Russia and Princess Maria Georgievna of Greece and Denmark. She left Russia with her mother in 1914 to spend the war years in England, and later relocated to New York.