Faberge Russian jeweller to the Czars, flower study sells for £350.500. Sothebys, London.
PublishedNovember 28, 2013
Faberge Russian jeweller to the Czars. Faberge jewelled flower study. Sold for £350.500 at Sothebys this week. Faberge jewelled bunch of cherries study was sold by MacDougalls for £226.200. Faberge gold elephant mounted on purpurine mini egg pendant sold by Sothebys for £20.000. Faberge silver elephant bell push sold by Macdougalls for £22.000 hammer. London’s Russian Auction week was a jolly affair with lots of Russians bidding cheerfully as they enjoyed hidden swigs of Vodka. Faberge was founded in St. Petersbourg Imperial Russia by Gustave Faberge in 1842.