A diamond Fabergé bracelet is one of the highlights of Bonhams' forthcoming Russian Sale, taking place in London on June 8.
Created by senior Fabergé workmaster August Holmström circa 1900, the flexible bracelet is composed of twelve diamond-set sections, mounted with brilliant-cut diamonds. It is estimated to sell for £70,000 - 100,000.
The bracelet was bought by the renowned Nobel family, who founded the Nobel Peace Prize, and has been in the family ever since.
Other Fabergé works of art expected to tempt investors include a selection of clocks, frames, parasol handles and carved animals.
A rare, shaded enamel and silver-gilt kovsh by the Fabergé workmaster Feodor Rückert is estimated to sell for £18,000 - 25,000, while a silver-gilt and shaded enamel salt throne with stylised floral motifs also by Rückert is expected to make £30,000 - 40,000.
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