A silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel tea glass holder, Feodor Rückert, Moscow, probably retailed by Fabergé, 1908-1917 the bombé sides with shaded flowers and grape clusters on a hammered surface below a wide geometric border with cloison coils on a green ground, shaped rim, the handle with foliage and scale pattern,
Moser Opalescent Decorated Cranberry Glass Pitcher Has Opalescent Coin Spot Pattern And Is Decorated With Allover Brightly Enameled Grape Leaves And Gilded Vines With Applied Beaded Grapes, Three Dimensional Applied Birds And Numerous Enameled Insects, Finished With A Gilded Applied Glass Handle - James D. Julia, Inc. Auctioneers
An Empire ormolu and patinated bronze mantel timepiece, French, circa 1810 1¼-inch enamel dial signed Breguet A Paris, similarly signed fusee watch movement with verge and balance wheel escapement, mounted within a grape-gathering basket held in mouth of a dog, the oval base with grapevine mount and milled feet
A Fabergé jeweled gold and enamel gum pot, workmaster Feodor Afanasiev, St Petersburg, 1899-1908, the ovoid body enamelled in translucent blue over engine-turned wavy stripes, the yellow gold brush handle cast as a grapevine above three rose-cut diamond 'grapes' on a gadrooned rose gold collar.
A Fabergé Silver Cigarette Case, Moscow, circa 1900, rectangular with rounded corners, the hinged cover chased and repoussé with gem-set flowers, also applied with a gold monogram and gold grape cluster with enameled leaves.
Romanov Heirlooms: The Lost Inheritance of Grand Duchess Maria Pavlovna - Bacchus. A rare pair of Art Nouveau gold and enamel cufflinks, Lalique, Paris, circa 1900. Each painted en plein with the face of the wine god within plique-à-jour vine leaves and opaque enamel grapes, struck LALIQUE. #ArtNouveau #Lalique #Clufflinks #Romanov