Lot Details & Additional Photographs
By Fabergé Workmaster Mikhail Perkhin (1860-1903), of circular form with white guilloche enamel ground, centering on a bezel set old European cut diamond (3.5mm) and with applied snowflake / star motifs set with old rose cut diamond accents with total diamond weight approximately 2.10 carats, signed Fabergé in Cyrillic script and with Cyrillic initials for Mikhail Perkhin, with St. Petersburg hallmark (pre-1899), and 88 standard. With circular velvet lined surrounds framed by round pearls (3.7mm - 4.0mm).
Buttons 1 1/8 in. diameter
.77 total troy oz.
By descent through the family of Nadia von Krauskoph de Uthemann, heiress of Trigolnik, and Prince Vladia Dragutin Voukitchevitch. Prince Voukitchevitch was one of the founders of the League of Nations. Nadja's original Passeport Diplomatique
from 1938 and a copy of his Passeport Diplomatique
from 1935 accompany this lot. For related lots, see Lot 392 and Lot 393.
Good estate condition; diamonds with expected age nicks; unattached from velvet supports; one velvet surround with loose pearls.
$8,000 - 12,000