Over-the-top ornamentation characterizes this jeweler-style, museum-quality enameled egg 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.'' Cast in metal alloy using the ancient ''lost wax'' method and before the brilliant enamel, faux jewels and tiny embellishments are added.
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Remarkable filigree cutwork punctuated by petite, sparkling jewels
attracts the eye to these museum quality, Faberge style eggs. Carl Faberge's 17th century creations are cast in metal alloy using the ancient "lost wax" method before they are hand tinted with ...
Echoing the manicured magic of European gardens, sparkling
crystals shine in an elegant rhythm that crosses to ornament this museum quality, Faberge style enameled egg. Our Design Toscano replica of Carl Faberge's 17th century creations is cast in metal alloy ...
This exquisite enameled egg is skillfully rendered in
the style made famous by Carl Faberge, the imperial jeweler for Russian nobility. A wax sculpture is made and cast in metal alloy using the traditional lost wax method and then the ...