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Found in 653 Collections and/or Records:

2692, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.180
Identifier: SC07.01.5.180
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2692 Miniature owl by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler, carved out of a single piece of opal especially chosen for its fine color and shading. The bird, which is of exceptionally small proportions, is shown standing on a gold perch which rests on an agate base. In its small dimensions, the details of the anatomy are correctly and precisely rendered....
Dates: undated

2692, 2691, Feb. 1, 1941

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.028
Identifier: SC07.01.3.028

2722, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.181
Identifier: SC07.01.5.181
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2722 Charming “fantaisie” by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler, a tourmaline parrot of soft rose-color shading into a pale green tail and with emerald eyes, diamond collar and gold feet, perches on a swinging ivory bar which carries silver gilt pails on either end, filled with seed. Ingeniously contrived, the swing is suspended from a silver gilt...
Dates: undated

2722, 2859, 2882, 2868, 2869, 2870, Apr. 2-June 1, 1945

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.039
Identifier: SC07.01.3.039
Scope and Contents Transcription: [In process]
Dates: Apr. 2-June 1, 1945

2786, Jan. 31-Apr. 2, 1945

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.038
Identifier: SC07.01.3.038
Scope and Contents Transcription: [In process]
Dates: Jan. 31-Apr. 2, 1945

2786, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.182
Identifier: SC07.01.5.182
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2786 Gold kovsh by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian court jeweler, designed in the ancient Byzantine manner. The round full bowl is decorated with eight spade-shaped panels bearing alternating leaf patterns with four Russian Imperial double-headed Eagles, all in bold relief. The eagles are chased with amazingly fine precision, and show the ball and scepter of...
Dates: undated

2821, June 24, 1941

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.032
Identifier: SC07.01.3.032

2821, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.183
Identifier: SC07.01.5.183
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2821 Miniature gold and platinum charm in the form of a bull dog. The collar is gold, the eyes are rubies, and the body is set with ten large diamonds and many smaller ones.

MRS. JOHN L. PRATT
Dates: undated

2859, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.184
Identifier: SC07.01.5.184
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2859 Gold frame by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler, enameled over a chased guilloche surface in a most interesting pattern combining areas of various sizes in red, white, and blue enamel, the colors of the Imperial Standard.

MRS. JOHN L. PRATT
Dates: undated

2868, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.185
Identifier: SC07.01.5.185
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2868 Miniature gold Easter egg by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler. It is enameled over a chased guilloché surface in a rich green. The top is decorated with classical fluted mounting and with chased gold garlands crossed at intervals with ribbons and from which are suspended pendant festoons. These are carried out in vari-colored gold, typical of...
Dates: undated

2869, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.186
Identifier: SC07.01.5.186
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2869 Miniature gold Easter egg by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler. It is finely enameled over a chased guilloché surface in a raspberry red. One side of the egg is decorated with an applied miniature sculpture in gold of an elephant with up-turned trunk. This is outlined by a band of white matte enamel separated from the red by narrow gold bands. ...
Dates: undated

2870, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.187
Identifier: SC07.01.5.187
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2870 Miniature gold Easter egg by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler. It is set around the center with a faceted emerald, a faceted ruby, and two faceted sapphires.

MRS. JOHN L. PRATT
Dates: undated

2881, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 3, Item: SC07.01.3.049
Identifier: SC07.01.3.049

2881, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.188
Identifier: SC07.01.5.188
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2881 Circular silver tray by Nichols & Plinke, outstanding silversmiths of English origin who settled and worked in Russia at the request of the Imperial family. Designed with the greatest simplicity the center bears an oval-shaped decoration suitable for monogramming, while the border is heavily chased and engraved with a classical pattern.MRS. JOHN L....
Dates: undated

2882, undated

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.189
Identifier: SC07.01.5.189
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures ROCKEFELLER CENTER NEW YORK #2882 Gold frame by CARL G. FABERGE, the celebrated Russian Court jeweler. In typical Fabergé design, the rectangular opening for the picture is bordered by bead and dash pattern, while the outside border is likewise designed with a classical pattern, set in each corner with a rosette. In between these, the area is overlaid with a chased guilloché surface enameled a...
Dates: undated

2891, Nov. 1945

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 6, Item: SC07.01.5.128
Identifier: SC07.01.5.128
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] The Schaffer Collection of Russian Imperial Art Treasures A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC. 785 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK

November, 1945 #2891 Lapis-Lazuli combination seal and letter-opener. The handle is a long, bulbous-shaped piece of Lapis-Lazuli, beautifully curved in symmetrical pattern with a gold, hand-chased, ferrule. The blade and the seal, which are interchangeable, are of silver-gilt. MRS. JOHN L. PRATT
Dates: Nov. 1945

3531, Mar. 17, 1939

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 9, Item: SC07.02.3.107
Identifier: SC07.02.3.107
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article No.3531 Nineteenth century mahogany cabinet in French classic style, carved and ornamented with bronze mountings. “Espagnolettes” form decorative motifs on portions of the frameworks. Gracefully proportioned, it is fitted with removable glass shelves. During the twenty years previous to the Revolution, the style of French furniture reached a high standard of artistic excellence, both in design and execution. This phase continued and produced a...
Dates: Mar. 17, 1939

3550, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.018
Identifier: SC07.02.3.018
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. 3550 Wooden Wine Ladle. Beautifully inlayed with metal. Part of the Winter Palace Collection.

From the Hammer Collection – Three East Fifty-second Street, New York, N. Y.
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

3623, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.019
Identifier: SC07.02.3.019
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2, 1933 3623. Handkerchief. Fine linen handkerchief embroidered with the crown and monogram of the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, Mother of Nicholai II. The border is block printed with a series of brown and blue elephants. It is significant to the superstitious that the trunks of the elephant are turned down where is (sic) those of the lucky elephants are turned up. From the private quarters of the Dowager Empress in...
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

4108, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.007
Identifier: SC07.02.2.007

4122-C, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.009
Identifier: SC07.02.2.009

4122 C, May 3, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.040
Identifier: SC07.02.3.040
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT May 3rd, 1934. Article No. 4122 CA porcelain Easter egg bearing the monogram of the Czarevirch [sic] Alexis. It is drawn through with the original ribbon and was made in the Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory.The Russian Imperial Porcelain Factory was owned and operated exclusively by the the [sic] Royal Family from the time of its beginning in 1744 (when it was founded by Elizabeth I, daughter of Peter the...
Dates: May 3, 1934

4404, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.010
Identifier: SC07.02.2.010

4404, Oct. 2, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.022
Identifier: SC07.02.3.022
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT October 2nd, 1933 Article No. 4404 Photograph of Olga, eldest daughter of Czar Nicholai II, Maria, the third daughter, their governess, and Titiani, the second daughter. Frame by Faberge; the blue ribbon crosses represents the order of St. Andrew, created in 1698 by Peter the Great. Only members of the Imperial Family could belong to this order. Winter Palace Collection.From the Hammer Collection – Three East...
Dates: Oct. 2, 1933

4580, Feb. 17, 1933

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.016
Identifier: SC07.02.3.016
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT February 17, 1933 Article No. 4580 Icon of the early seventeenth century, Ulanov School, “Dormition of the Virgin.” Below, among the prophets, disciples and saints, lies the Virgin while her Soul is represented as an infant in the arms of her Son, who will transport it to Paradise. On either side of Christ are Archangels; above Him, under the arch, are the Cherubim and Seraphim. At the top of the icon appears God the Father with the...
Dates: Feb. 17, 1933

4580 (2 tags attached together), undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.011
Identifier: SC07.02.2.011

4763, Jan. 4, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.031
Identifier: SC07.02.3.031
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT January 4th, 1934. Article No. 4763 A silver plaque depicting the Church of Christ the Saviour, which was given to the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna on the occasion of the erection of this church. It was to commemorate the miraculous escape of the Royal Family from death in a railroad wreck. The church was erected by the contributions of various workers in the government departments and private citizens of Russia in the year...
Dates: Jan. 4, 1934

4765, Jan. 4, 1934

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.034
Identifier: SC07.02.3.034
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] RUSSIAN IMPERIAL EXHIBIT January 4th, 1934. Article No. 4765 A slender gold column of exquisite workmanship, with a miniature of Nicholai II on it set with diamonds and crystals. The column is delicately chased with Icanthus leaves in green gold, a touch characteristic of Faberge who made the bibelot for the Czarina to present to Nicholai II on his birthday in 1907. It is contained in the original case and was found in the Alexander Palace.From...
Dates: Jan. 4, 1934

4776, Nov. 12, 1936

 Item — Box SC-07 Box 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-01, Folder: 8, Item: SC07.02.3.055
Identifier: SC07.02.3.055
Scope and Contents Transcription: [double-headed eagle] Article -4776 Jade and gold frame on a stand. The photograph, in a heart-shaped pendant, is of Grand Duke Boris Vladimirovitch. It was made by the famous court jeweler to Nicholai II, Karl Faberge. From the Alexander Palace, Tsarskoye Selo.

Mrs. John L. Pratt November 12th, 1936

FROM THE HAMMER COLLECTION – 682 FIFTH AVENUE, NEW YORK  
Dates: Nov. 12, 1936

4809, undated

 Item — Binder SC-07 Binder 1: Series SC-07-02; Series SC-07-03; Series SC-07-01, Page: Unknown, Item: SC07.02.2.012
Identifier: SC07.02.2.012