Faberge silver-88, blue translucent enamel pendant with doubled headed eagle, workmaster Henrik Wigstrom"H.W." circa 1908-1917; the pendant covered with blue indigo enamel in gilded silver frame with two diamonds on the Imperial Eagle. Hallmarks on suspension and on the frame,silver-88,and "H.W." Please look at the pictures.
Henrik Emanuel Wigstrom
Faberge's head workmaster 1903 till 1917.
Henrik Emanuel Wigstrom (1862-1923) joined Faberge's the firm in 1884, and from 1903 till 1917 served as Faberge's head workmaster.
Henrik Wigstrom became head workmaster upon Michael Perkhin's death in 1903, thereby assuming responsibility for the imperial Easter eggs.
Wigstrom was particularly adept at designing cigarette boxes, frames and figurines, which were produced in large number during the firm's most productive years. Wigstrom's style is characterized by echoes of the Louis XVI and Empire periods.