With a name translated from Russian as "given by God," our Bogdana eggs are every bit the gifts their name implies. Admire these collectible beauties from their petite tripod bases to their tiny crowns and brightly-hued enamel or rotate them towards the light to admire their sparkling crystals. Chances are you'll become an instant collector and understand why Alexander III commissioned Carl Faberge to create them for his Duchess - they're breathtaking!
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Open the hidden magnetic clasp on this exquisite
egg to find a sweet surprise a tiny rabbit perched within! Petite sparkling gemstones in a filigree pattern are the decorative keynotes of this museum quality, enameled egg that melds Carl Faberge's ...
Over the top ornamentation characterizes these jeweler style,
museum quality enameled eggs first made famous by Carl Faberge; in the 17th century. The ''Ladybug'' boasts an intricate filigree of lavender hued pansies and a namesake ''lucky bug'' while the ''Hummingbird'' ...
These exquisitely enameled eggs are skillfully rendered in
the style made famous by Carl Fabergè, the imperial jeweler for Russian nobility. A wax sculpture is made and cast in metal alloy using the traditional "lost wax" method. Then, brilliant enamel ...