This unusual Fabergé rock crystal desk clock was presented to Queen Victoria by her granddaughter Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna around 1900. Itl is engraved with trophies incorporating torches and a quiver as well as musical attributes. The rock crystal panels are divided by four gold arrows set with rubies and diamonds. The white enamel dial is surrounded by a bezel of green enamelled laurel with diamond-set ribbon ties. Mark of Michael Perchin.
Acrylic Artworks Working closely with Acrylicize, Inplas created a series of bespoke artworks for a law firm — each artwork depicts a landmark case in the firm's history. The black and white images were applied to matt white Perspex using direct-to-media printing, with laser-cut details which show through the vibrant background colour. The artworks were finished with a 10mm white gloss Perspex frame.
A rare ritual dagger,mid 19th Century from Europe.Fine, straight, double-edged blade ribbed at the centre, engraved and gilt on a blue ground with effigy of trophies and floral motifs, marked "P. Marzveldt & Zion" and "de S. Hage" at the base. dimensions: length 40.2 cm.