Fabergé Jade Box – A 8.4cm long box with gold frames and two closures with two sapphire cabochons. The box was purchased on December 1911 by Countess Hatzfeld, born Claire Huntington, at the Fabergé’s subsidiary in London (A la Vieille Russie New York.
Five-sided box | A five-sided box of nephrite with single pierced hinge mount of symmetrical design with rose diamonds and five cabochon rubies. Flowerhead knop handle of rose diamonds and a single cabachon ruby. A drawing for an almost identical box appears in a design album from Henrik Wigström’s workshop.
This Fabergé fan-shaped box formed part of Queen Mary’s collection. The body of the box is of bloodstone while the lid, in the shape of a fan, is of alternate tooled gold and pink guilloché enamelled stripes, edged with brilliant diamonds. The handle of the fan forms the hinge and is set with pearls, while the pushpiece is a cabochon moonstone. Workmaster Michael Perchin, 1903.