Fabergé brooch with the workmaster's mark of August Holmström, St. Petersburg, The cabochon moonstone set into two white opaque enamel square frames enclosing a stylized design set with rose-cut diamonds, marked on pin and clasp
A Fabergé gold and silver diamond set locket, St. Petersburg The oval hinged locket with white guilloché enamel to an engine turned, draped ground. An applied rose cut diamond set wreath or festoon and garlands, with a rose cut diamond set bale.
A gold, emerald and diamond brooch Fabergé, Moscow scratch inventory number 29835 the openwork emerald frame shaped rectangular with canted corners, set with three diamonds divided by diamond set sprays, surmounted by diamond-set bow
Circa this gold, enamel, and diamond brooch has a definite Japanese influence, with a branch of cherry blossoms sweeping over a circular base of starburst-engraved gold with translucent purplish-pink enamel. It’s by Fabergé workmaster Oskar Pihl.
AN EMERALD AND DIAMOND BROOCH BY FABERGÉ, WORKMASTER KNUT OSKAR PIHL, MOSCOW, LATE 19TH CENTURY. Designed as a twisted rope, pavé-set with circular-cut diamonds and two claw-set cushion-shaped emeralds.
IMPERIAL PRESENTATION BROOCH, FABERGÉ, WORKMASTER ALFRED THIELEMANN, EARLY 20TH CENTURY. Centring on a crown highlighted with two cabochon synthetic sapphires and circular- and rose-cut diamonds within an openwork white guilloché enamel frame of elliptical design accented with circular-cut diamond millegrain collets, workmasters mark AT for Alfred Thielemann, scratched inventory number, original fitted red leather presentation case with gilt tooled double headed Imperial eagle to exterior.