With a name translated from Russian as "given by God," our Bogdana egg is every bit the gift its name implies. Admire this collectible beauty from its petite tripod base to its tiny crown and brightly-hued enamel or rotate it towards the light to admire its sparkling crystals. Chances are you'll become an instant collector and understand why Alexander III commissioned Carl Faberge to create it for his Duchess - its breathtaking!
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Hundreds of sparkling crystals are the keynote of
this museum quality, Faberge style enameled egg named for its benefactor, Tsar Alexander III. Carl Faberge's 17th century creations live on in ''Polotsk,'' set in crimson enamel. Cast in metal alloy using ...
Over the top ornamentation characterizes this jeweler style,
museum quality enameled egg first made famous by Carl Faberg in the 17th century. The Redonka lifts from its tripod base and opens to reveal a spot for tiny treasures. It is ...
A jeweler's delight, this exquisite enamel egg is
rendered in the museum quality style made famous by Carl Faberge and popular since the 17th century. Anya sparkles with dozens of cut crystals and is cast in metal alloy using the ...