Fabergé Dragon Egg
Fabergé unveiled a surprise new collaboration to commemorate the ten year anniversary of the award-winning Game of Thrones television series. This brings together the Fabergé superior craftsmanship and artistic ingenuity with Game of Thrones, one of the most iconic TV series of the 21st century.
Silver spoons with fig shaped bowls and handles topped by figures of apostles, or in the case of the master spoon of a set of thirteen, by the figure of Christ. A number of full length figures of the Virgin Mary are also known. Popular in Britain, Germany and else where from about 1490 to 1675,they became collectable in Victorian times and have been faked, forged and reproduced ever since. No complete sets of 13 are known to remain from before the 1500's.
Silver Coffee & Chocolate Pots
Tea, coffee and chocolate became popular in Britain in the first half the 1700's.
Silver Tea Pots
Tea was introduced into Europe from China with the expansion of trade in the 1600’s and was a great novelty to people used to drinking only beer, wine and posset - milk curdled with wine, ale or vinegar.
At first tea was advertised as medicinal and was supposed to cure everything from gout to various social diseases.