An Important Fabergé Gold And Enamel Frame
An important Fabergé gold and enamel frame, the frame comprising an oval aperture with yellow gold surround, within a rectangular frame exquisitely laid with a fine lilac enamel with engine-turned background, all to an ornate yellow gold border with ribbon bow surmount, gross weight grams, signed Faberge, Workmaster Michael Perchin, circa 1895
A spectacular Fabergé frame. Fabergé was established in St Petersburg in 1842, and by the late nineteenth century, was Russia’s largest and best-known jewellery house. The house has become known for their royal commissions and their close ties to the family of Tsar Nicholas II. This exceptional frame was made in the late nineteenth century and is signed by Fabergé workmaster Michael Perchin, who oversaw the production of many of the firm’s most spectacular Imperial eggs. This frame features a wonderful lilac hued enamel surrounding an oval aperture which is framed with yellow gold neoclassical style decorations. The exterior of the frame is edged with ornate carved yellow gold and topped with a delicate and masterfully created gold bow. This important frame is a superb example of Fabergé style and craftsmanship.
Should you choose to make this purchase we would be delighted to send it to you in a Bentley & Skinner handmade leather case packed in a giftwrapped Bentley & Skinner black and gold presentation box. Shortly afterwards we will send you on a complimentary valuation of this item for insurance purposes for your reference and safekeeping.