A fabulous Faberge gold and enamel brooch circa 1900 reaches above its estimate
Posted On: 16 Apr 2018 by Guy Jackson
A Faberge gold and enamel brooch circa 1900
A Faberge gold and enamel brooch circa 1900 sold at auction for £2,728 including premium, substantially above its high estimate after more than 20 bidders fought hard online and in the saleroom. The winning bid going to a visiting buyer to our sale room at Islington squeezing out keen interest from the-saleroom.com and Easylive Auctions our latest Live bidding platform partner.
Criterion Islington are looking forward to inviting more lots of this cailbre for its Specialist Watches & Jewellery Sale taking place on Monday 16th July 2018.
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A Russian Faberge gold and enamel brooch, c. 1900, the lozenge shaped brooch with applied laurel border with applied gold double-headed Imperial eagle surmounted on a green guilloche enamel background, the eagle set with rose-cut diamond, bears Kolosknik mark for St Petersburg, assayer mark for A. Richter, 56 standard gold mark, and hallmark for workmaster Alfred Thielemann