22 June 2014

The Lost Treasures of the Grand Duchess Vladimir, Part II

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks by Friederich Köchli, St. Petersburg, circa 1880-1890.

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks by Friederich Köchli, St. Petersburg, late 19th century.

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks by Friederich Köchli, St. Petersburg.

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks, maker's marks CS (Latin), St. Petersburg, circa 1875.

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks, maker's marks CS (Latin), St. Petersburg, circa 1875.

A pair of jeweled gold cufflinks, maker's marks CS (Latin), St. Petersburg, circa 1875.

A rare Fabergé mother-of-pearl cigarette case with two color gold mounts, by workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, crica 1890.

A silver cigarette case by Samuel Arnd, St. Petersburg, circa 1878.

A silver-gilt and enamel cigar case, A. Postnikov, Moscow, 1881. The case contains a photograph of Grand Duchess Marie with her children, the Grand Dukes Kyrill, Boris and Andrei.

An enamel cigarette case, possibly Russian, circa 1905.

A rare pair of gold and enamel cufflinks, picturing Bacchus, by Lalique, Paris, circa 1900.

A pair of gold mounted Essex crystal cufflinks, with miniatures of cats, English, circa 1900.

A jeweled, gold and enamel cigarette case with the monogram of Edward, Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII), by Henry William Dee, London, 1874.

A Fabergé imperial presentation case in gold, enamel and diamonds, by workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, circa 1896.