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Limoges 24k Gold Birdcage Musical Egg with Singing Bird :: A limited edition piece, it is hand-painted, 24K gold incrustation Limoges porcelain egg. Like all Faberge Imperial eggs, each egg comes with a surprise. The surprise in this egg is a miniature Reuge (swiss-made) version of the famous singing bird in a gilded cage. The bird has real antique feathers and naturalistically moves its beak and wings as it sings.
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Imperial Golden Birthday Egg :: Imperial Golden Birthday Egg. These precious petite Faberge eggs (2.5" height) are handcrafted in Limoges, France. In the centuries old Faberge egg tradition, they each carry a 24K gold-plated surprise to celebrate special moments or occasions. Each egg is signed, numbered, and exquisitely packaged in a blue Faberge giftbox with satin lining.
The Romanow House Tercentenary Egg, varicoloured gold, silver, steel, portrait diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, turquoise, rock crystal, purpurine, ivory, 1913. Presented by Nicholas II to Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. The Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow
Fabergé Imperial Egg. Catherine the Great Egg also known as Grisaille Egg and Pink Cameo Egg. 1914. St. Petersburg, Russia. It was an Easter present from Nicholas II of Russia to his mother.
We still have many eggs left in line, and here comes Imperial Easter Egg number twenty - The "Pansy Egg", from 1899! This egg was formerly known as the "Spinach Jade Egg", and is made of nephrite, gold, diamonds, and white, red, green, and opaque violet enamel. It rests on a bouquet of twisted gold leaves, from which grows five flowers and five buds of pansies, enameled in various nuances of violet and set with diamonds. The top of the egg can be removed, to reveal the surprise - a gold…
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