Carl Faberge took eggs, called God's perfect packaging, and elevated them to high style for the royal court of the 17th century. Rich green hues meld with abundant gold-toned ornamentation in this jeweler-styled, museum-quality enameled egg cast in metal alloy using the ancient lost wax method. Brilliant enamel, faux jewels and tiny embellishments add the finishing touches.
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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 ...
The Fleur de Lis, specially known as the
former royal arms of France, finds an exquisite resting spot in this beautiful enameled egg atop its showcase pedestal. Created in the style made famous by Carl Faberge, the imperial jeweler for ...
Our Petroika enameled egg boasts the most vibrantly
green hues we've ever seen! Originally fashioned more than a century ago by Carl Faberge;, imperial jeweler for the Russian Czarina Maria, our own collectible egg boasts the same intricate metalwork, ''lost ...