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    A very good point James. The auction site does not mention Fabergé just the workmaster August Holmstrom. It's listed as a Russian egg. So I suppose that lets them off the hook. It's the magazine article that suggest it's Fabergé. The auction site does list some other provenance but the problem of the mark and jump ring is still valid weather Fabergé or not.

    https://bruun-rasmussen.dk/m/lots/01...holmstr%C3%B6m

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    My guess is only for genuine Faberge, one similar sold last year in Sydney, for $21,190 AUD

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    Quote Originally Posted by Goldsmith View Post
    I made this egg pendant for my sister ten years ago.

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    That is fit for a princess James.
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    Nick, one of my egg pendants was worn by this princess in the past.

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    Wow James, that really is very special.

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    Well that is a great claim to be able to make,you must be proud

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    For anyone interested it sold for 40,000kr around £3422.96

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    I imagine the seller was not too pleased with the outcome, but as James said it's not not as delicate as one might expect from Fabergé, which makes it less attractive and casts doubt on the provenance. Dennis.

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