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INTERNATIONAL RING SIZES REFERNCE GUIDE
…$5.2 million at Stair Galleries in Hudson, USA on 26th October 2013. The figurine far exceeded its pre-sale auction estimate of $500,000 to $800,000. The last hardstone figure sold at auction, which depicted a boyar, reached $1.8 million in 2005 at Sotheby’s in New York. It was one of eight…
…of the Auction of Daphne Guinness, Sold to Benefit the Isabella Blow Foundation, at Christie’s. Daphne wore the Fabergé diamond, ruby and alexandrite Kokoshnik Bangle and Black Tulip Clip at the Press Preview of her collection at Christie’s on 21 June 2012. The auction will take…
On December 5th 2012 treasures from Harewood House, the seat of the Earls of Harewood, were offered at Christie’s at King Street, London. One of the highlights was a small group of items by Fabergé from the collection of HRH The Princess Mary, Princess Royal and Countess of Harewood…
…150 articles in cloisonné enamel by the celebrated Muscovite master Fedor Rueckert, and hundreds of objects acquired privately and at auction over the last years by the Aurora Investment Fund. In addition to the Fabergé pieces, the museum will be exhibiting works by Ivan Khlebnikov,…
…Gemfields, the world's leading producer of ethically-sourced, rare coloured gemstones. The Fabergé Big Egg Hunt will culminate in a grand auction held by Sotheby’s where the giant egg sculptures will be sold. All proceeds will go to the two charities Elephant Family and Studio in a…
…at St Petersburg in about 1885 is estimated at US$35,000-45,000. Find out more about the auction. Fabergé collections are available online or in our international boutiques. * Credit for the auction pictures, 'Christies Images Limited 2012' and Rothschild Egg in 2007 'Courtesy Christie's'
…represented at the key auction houses in London and New York: Christie’s, Sotheby’s, Bonhams and MacDougall’s, which are showcasing over 125 antique Fabergé pieces, including a variety of precious Russian works of art. Christie’s starts off the auctions on 20th May…
…in height, sold for £788,750 with the Buyers’ Premium, against an estimate of £700,000-£1million. This seemed to be the auction for the model, as the second highest price was for a Fabergé oxidised silver automaton of a rhinoceros. It has an interesting history as Lord…
Last June we reported that there was great excitement at the filming of the Antiques Roadshow when two soldiers marched in wearing dress uniform and produced a beautiful Fabergé botanical study of pear blossom in a rock crystal vase. It was described as one of the most significant finds in…
…£20,000-£30,000. Another exquisite creation in this auction is a silver-mounted glass vase, with Rococo-style detailing, made in 1899 and estimated at £28,000-£32,000. Find out more about the auctions of pre-revolutionary Fabergé pieces at Christie’s,…
This June’s Russian Week saw exceptional historic coloured gemstone-set jewels and objects by the House of Fabergé on sale at auction in London by Christie's, Sotheby’s and Bonhams. When Peter Carl Fabergé took over the running of his father’s jewellery business in…
…at its rooms at 20 Rockefeller Plaza, New York. The sale totalled $2,199,125. Further jewellery and personal effects were offered at an on-line auction. A gift from Queen Victoria to Queen Louise of Denmark. Created at Fabergé’s Moscow workshop in 1898, it sold for $245,000 The top lot…