FABERGE' "A jewelled, gold-mounted silver-gilt and enamel desk timepiece, Fabergé, workmaster Mikhail Perchin, St Petersburg, 1899-1903, (scratched) inventory number: 12199 maker’s mark in full, workmaster’s mark, St Petersburg assaymaster Iakov Liapunov (1899-1904), 56 zoltniks (gold) and 84 zolotniks (silver), the movement by Henry Moser & Cie, number: 85395"   Bi-coloured 14K gold, 875/1000 silver and enamel timepiece, a circular white enamel dial with Arabic numbers and gold openwork hands within a seed-pearl bezel stands over a white enamel and gilt silver sunburst pattern background with bi-colour gold ribbon tied laurel sprays and red enamel berries, ivory backboard with a scroll shaped support, g 328.51 circa, length cm 9.40 circa. Signed and marked in Cyrillic Fabergé, MP for Mikhail Perkhin, russian hallmarks for silver and gold with the assaymaster Iakov Liapunov initials in use in San Pietroburgo between 1899 and 1904, 56 zolotniks** gold and 84 zolotniks** silver, inventory n° 12199. Movement by Henry Moser & Cie, n° 85395. With wooden case with the silk lined lid stamped Wartsky London and with original 1965 Wartsky purchase invoice (defects, minor losses) **14K gold **875/1000 silver. This lot may be subject to Import/Export restrictions due to CITES regulations in some extra EU countries

Estimate € 55,000 - 70,000

Sold € 80,000