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Fabergé Vintage Egg Charm Bracelet

Fabergé Vintage Egg Charm Bracelet

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The House of Fabergé was arguably the greatest Russian jewelry firm of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is most famous today for the celebrated series of Imperial Easter eggs produced for the Russian Royal Family from 1885 through to 1916. As many as 69 were created, of which 57 survive. The House of Fabergé was founded in 1842 in St Petersburg, by Gustav Fabergé, a master goldsmith of French extraction who ran the firm until 1882, when his son Peter Carl took over. The Russian Revolution brought an abrupt end to the Romanov dynasty and forced Fabergé’s closure in 1918. The company was nationalized, all production closed down, and Peter Carl Fabergé and his family fled Russia.

This Vintage Charm Bracelet, made in Russia in the early 20th century, is comprised of a 7.25 inch long (18.5 cm) linked chain crafted 14K yellow gold and mounted with 7 Russian Easter egg pendants, 4 of which are Fabergé eggs. A typed letter of authenticity from Hammer Galleries, established in 1928 at 682 Fifth Avenue, New York, accompanies the piece. As Hammer Galleries offers, it was a custom in Russia at the time to exchange such pendants at Easter, which was a holiday of the greatest religious significance, more so than Christmas. Hammer writes, “The Tzar accentuated the importance of the holiday by giving the Tzarina a priceless Easter egg containing some surprise. These jeweled eggs of precious metals were fantastic art objects worthy of the celebrated Cellini [Benvenuto Cellini, celebrated Italian Renaissance sculptor and goldsmith] and were created by the court jeweler of Russia, Karl Fabergé (1846-1920) to Alexandre III [Emperor of Russia who reigned 3 March 1881 until his death in 1894] and Nikolai II [Emperor of Russia who reigned 1 November 1894 – 15 March 1917 and eldest son of Alexander III]. The first four of this group were the work of this court jeweler.”

Starting closest to the clasp, the descriptions of the Russian Easter egg pendants made by court jeweler, Fabergé are as follows: 1) Gold nugget egg set with a cabochon garnet, hallmarked with the initials YL of the assay office inspector in the number 56, denoting the Russian equivalent of 14K gold; 2) Vibrant green jade egg set in a gold bowl hallmarked with the initials of Edward Kollin, leading workmaster of Fabergé and numbers) Translucent ruby enamel egg resting in basket of woven gold, hallmarked with the assay office device of St Petersburg, crossed anchors and scepter, and numbers) Translucent powder blue enamel egg hallmarked with the initials of the Fabergé workmaster (indistinct) and a number.

The next three pendants starting closest to the clasp are not made by Fabergé: 5) Hand painted porcelain egg with silver link; 6) Russian Imperial enamel egg of Byzantine jewel design inlaid on a ground of gold on silver, hallmarked with the initials of the maker (indistinct), and 7) Ural Brown stone Agate egg with silver link. Russia has vast areas of rich mineral deposits with the most famous area being the Ural mountains in Siberia which includes brown agate, a common rock formation, consisting of chalcedony and quartz as its primary components.

Measures approx. 7.5” (18.5 cm) in length. Vintage bracelet with seven charms. Four egg charms are made by Faberge. Overall weight approx. 26.08 grams, made in 14k yellow gold. Signed as per the description, and accompanied with a certificate of authenticity. Charms are attributed to various dates.

SKU :B1210
Metal :14KYG




14K Yellow Gold

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