ONE OF A KIND Antique Imperial Russian Faberge 14k Gold Enamel Bracelet-Royal. The bracelet has been comissioned to Faberge by Knyaz Alexander I Battenberg (the first couisin to the Russian Tsar Alexander II) and awarded to his wife Johanna Maria Louise Loisinger (18 April 1865 - 20 July 1951) She was an Austrian actress, pianist and operatic soprano singer. She was born in Preßburg, Austria (today Bratislava), the daughter of John Loisinger and Maria Meier. After she had completed her singing studies, Loisinger sang in Prague, Troppau (today Opava), Linz and at the court theatre in Darmstadt. She was a well-known singer of the works of Mozart.The prince had resigned from the Bulgarian throne in 1886 and had assumed the style of Count von Hartenau, so Loisinger became the Countess von Hartenau The bracelet is made in the form of the Grand Collar Necklace Order of St. Was established with a decree on 25 December 1881, in honour of the patron saint of Alexander Battenberg. You can see on the 12th photo an image of the Grand Collar Necklace Order of St. Consisted of six interconnected medallions with crowned lions, alternated with the monogram of the founder Knyaz Alexander I and eight edges Orthodox Cross. The bracelet can be wear on both sides. Signed with Faberge's hallmak KF in Russian and with 56 Imperial Russian gold hallmark for 14k. It is 19.35g heavy.
It comes with a luxury presentation box, signed with the logo of the official supplier to the Bulgarian Court-Hovsep Parsamyan&Sie, and depicting the Bulgarian coat of arms. The bracelet is preserved in excellent condition. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. This item is in the category "Jewelry & Watches\Vintage & Antique Jewelry\Bracelets & Charms". The seller is "riaerica2000" and is located in this country: BG.This item can be shipped worldwide.