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Photograph Frame By Fabergé, workmaster H. Wigstrom, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917. Square gold and raspberry guilloché enamel and pearl photograph frame. Purchased from Fabergé's London branch by H. M. Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) November 13, 1911.

Photograph Frame By Fabergé, workmaster H. Wigstrom, St. Petersburg, 1908-1917. Square gold and raspberry guilloché enamel and pearl photograph frame. Purchased from Fabergé's London branch by H. M. Queen Alexandra (1844-1925) November 13, 1911.

Porta-retrato de suporte retangular com cantos salientes, de Fabergé com fotografia da Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna no vestido da Corte Russa.

Porta-retrato de suporte retangular com cantos salientes, de Fabergé com fotografia da Czarina Alexandra Feodorovna no vestido da Corte Russa.

Fabergé rectangular strut frame of gold and pale green guilloché enamel with a notched base, the rose diamond bezel is inset with a photograph of Queen Alexandra in coronation robes. The border has a gold bead and reel edge mount, pierced ribbon crest and swags set with rose diamonds at top and base. Mark of Viktor Aarne, 1902. Given to Queen Mary when Princess of Wales by King George V when Prince of Wales, 1906.

Fabergé rectangular strut frame of gold and pale green guilloché enamel with a notched base, the rose diamond bezel is inset with a photograph of Queen Alexandra in coronation robes. The border has a gold bead and reel edge mount, pierced ribbon crest and swags set with rose diamonds at top and base. Mark of Viktor Aarne, 1902. Given to Queen Mary when Princess of Wales by King George V when Prince of Wales, 1906.

A Three-Color Gold-Mounted Nephrite Photograph Frame Marked Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908, scratched inventory number 9812 Rectangular, with outset upper corners and bracket feet, the translucent nephrite panel mounted with gold sprigs of berried laurel, centering a pearl-set oval aperture, all within a chased acanthus leaf border, surmounted by a tied ribbon crest, with gold scroll strut,

A Three-Color Gold-Mounted Nephrite Photograph Frame Marked Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, St. Petersburg, 1896-1908, scratched inventory number 9812 Rectangular, with outset upper corners and bracket feet, the translucent nephrite panel mounted with gold sprigs of berried laurel, centering a pearl-set oval aperture, all within a chased acanthus leaf border, surmounted by a tied ribbon crest, with gold scroll strut,

Fabergé rectangular frame of silver-gilt with salmon pink guilloché enamel, chased twice with crossed arrows and foliate wreaths, twice with foliate caducii; edge with reeded and tied mounts. Foliate bezel with half-pearls at corners, inset with photograph of Queen Alexandra, when Princess of Wales, with her son Prince Albert Victor. Mark of Michael Perchin.

Fabergé rectangular frame of silver-gilt with salmon pink guilloché enamel, chased twice with crossed arrows and foliate wreaths, twice with foliate caducii; edge with reeded and tied mounts. Foliate bezel with half-pearls at corners, inset with photograph of Queen Alexandra, when Princess of Wales, with her son Prince Albert Victor. Mark of Michael Perchin.

Fabergé frame with photograph of King Christian IX of Denmark. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1893.

Fabergé frame with photograph of King Christian IX of Denmark. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1893.

Fabergé frame containing a photograph of Tsarevitch Alexei. This silver-gilt frame is enamelled in pale blue guilloché in a geometric design and applied with ribbon-tied floral swags and a laurel wreath in four-colour gold set with cabochon rubies. Mark of Viktor Aarne, c. 1905. Bought by Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, 21 June 1906 (165 roubles).

Fabergé frame containing a photograph of Tsarevitch Alexei. This silver-gilt frame is enamelled in pale blue guilloché in a geometric design and applied with ribbon-tied floral swags and a laurel wreath in four-colour gold set with cabochon rubies. Mark of Viktor Aarne, c. 1905. Bought by Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, 21 June 1906 (165 roubles).

Fabergé photograph frame, workmaster Henrik Wigström, circa 1910. Inspired by a two-sided Louis XVI fire screen, one side contains a photograph of Tsar Nicholas II and the other of his Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. This was a gift from the Tsar to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna. The gold and platinum frame is enamelled white and seed pearls are set round the oval bezels. The whole is embellished with floral swags in multi-coloured gold.

Fabergé photograph frame, workmaster Henrik Wigström, circa 1910. Inspired by a two-sided Louis XVI fire screen, one side contains a photograph of Tsar Nicholas II and the other of his Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. This was a gift from the Tsar to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna. The gold and platinum frame is enamelled white and seed pearls are set round the oval bezels. The whole is embellished with floral swags in multi-coloured gold.

Fabergé square strut frame of two-colour gold with projecting corners, pale blue moiré guilloché enamel borders with brilliant diamonds set in laurel wreaths at each corner, tied bezel inset with photograph of Princess Patricia of Connaught. Mark of Karl Armfelt, c. 1905. Bought by Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, 14 July 1907 (175 roubles); by whom given to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.

Fabergé square strut frame of two-colour gold with projecting corners, pale blue moiré guilloché enamel borders with brilliant diamonds set in laurel wreaths at each corner, tied bezel inset with photograph of Princess Patricia of Connaught. Mark of Karl Armfelt, c. 1905. Bought by Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna, 14 July 1907 (175 roubles); by whom given to King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra.

Fabergé rhodonite frame with four-colour gold, silver-gilt, rose diamonds, mother-of-pearl. The frame contains a watercolour portrait miniature of Princess Mary, The Princess Royal, the only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary who married Viscount Lascelles (later the 6th Earl of Harewood) in 1922. The portrait miniature was painted in about 1906 and the frame was purchased by the Prince of Wales (later King George V) from the London branch in December 1909 at a cost of £14 15s.

Fabergé rhodonite frame with four-colour gold, silver-gilt, rose diamonds, mother-of-pearl. The frame contains a watercolour portrait miniature of Princess Mary, The Princess Royal, the only daughter of King George V and Queen Mary who married Viscount Lascelles (later the 6th Earl of Harewood) in 1922. The portrait miniature was painted in about 1906 and the frame was purchased by the Prince of Wales (later King George V) from the London branch in December 1909 at a cost of £14 15s.

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