made in St. Petersburg between 1904 and 1908.
This small Faberge egg pendant depicts a flower on beautifully colored guilloche enamel backgrounds. The stems of the flower separate the lilac, pearl-white and vivid-green guilloche enamel, and connect to the golden petals which lie on the top of the egg.
Marked with 56 zolotnik old Russian gold standard (14K) with initials ‘A P’ for St. Petersburg assay master Alexander Romanov and initials ‘H. W.” for Faberge’s head workmaster Henrik Wigstrom.
Length without suspension ring 14.5 mm (9/16 in.)