Inventory of Henry VIII's assets on his death - Commissioners appointed in September 1547 took 18 months to compile an inventory of Henry VIII’s movable goods. The first part of the surviving inventory includes money, jewels, plate, artillery, munitions, ships, arms, armour, horses, masque garments, tents, liturgical vestments and books. The second covers other items in the principal royal residences and wardrobes or stores. The inventory includes hundreds of thousands of objects.
A FABERGÉ PARCEL-GILT SILVER AND ENAMEL CIGARETTE CASE, MOSCOW, 1899-1908 in Japanese taste, the lid enamelled with a sun setting on water and overlaid with irises and a Koyamaki tree, struck K. Fabergé beneath the Imperial Warrant, scratched inventory number 14325, 88 standard
A GOLD AND SILVER-MOUNTED AQUAMARINE AND DIAMOND PENDANT BROOCH BY FABERGÉ, WITH THE WORKMASTER'S MARK OF AUGUST HOLLMING, ST PETERSBURG, 1899-1903, SCRATCHED INVENTORY NUMBER 76389 A rectangular-shaped aquamarine within silver-cast laurel wreath surmounted with a rose-cut diamond and tied with ribbon below, suspending a lozenge-shaped aquamarine within a gold-mounted rose-cut diamond border, with suspension loop, in the original case stamped 'Fabergé St Petersburg Moscow, Odessa'