22 June 2014

The Lost Treasures of the Grand Duchess Vladimir, Part III

A silver cigarette case featuring the monogram of Ferdinand I, Tsar of Bulgaria, by Friedländer, Berlin, 1908-1917.

A miniature of Princess Elena and Prince Nicholas of Greece and Denmark, Fabergé, by workmaster Michael Perchin, circa 1902.

The miniature of Princess Elena and Prince Nicholas shown on its gold and enamel Fabergé cigarette case, by workmaster Michael Perchin, circa 1902.

A silver case featuring Grand Duke Alexander and Grand Duchess Maria Fedorovna, by Gubkin, Moscow, 1867.

Gold, rock crystal, diamond and ruby cufflinks, with maker's marks AF, featuring the monogram of Grand Duke Alexander and Princess Dagmar of Denmark (the parents of Tsar Nikolai II), 1866.

A jeweled gilt silver and enamel cigarette case by Bolin, Moscow, 1899-1908.

Jewelled cufflinks, "Man in the Moon," featuring diamonds, gold and enamel, by Friederich Köchli, St. Petersburg, late 19th century.

Fabergé diamond, sapphire, and ruby cufflinks, commemorating the tenth wedding anniversary of Grand Duke and Grand Duchess Vladimir, by workmaster August Holmstrom.

Faberegé enamel and diamond cufflinks commemorating the twenty-third wedding anniversary of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess Vladimir, by workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg, 1867.

Two pair of leather and silver cufflinks, 1869.

Gold, enamel, diamond and sapphire cufflinks featuring the monogram of Kaiser Wilhelm I, German, circa 1887.