Dimensions of the egg ca 6cm
This is a limited edition, numbered
Very good rating on the market of Art in Europe.
The Fabergé family originated in France but was forced to leave the country due to religious persecution. During the 18th century, the family settled in Russia. Peter Carl Fabergé was born on May 30, 1846, the son of a goldsmith. After apprenticing with several master goldsmiths in Germany, France and England, Peter Carl Fabergé returned to St. Petersburg a highly accomplished craftsman. In 1885, Peter Carl Faverge presented the first Imperial Egg to Czar Alexander III and soon became the most famous jeweler in the world.By the late 80's and early 90's the name had been licensed to outside companies (like the Franklin Mint) by Unilever for "collectibles," perfume, porcelain, silver, and jewelry manufacture.This offered item legally is "Faberge" but is not made with the quality and materials of the pre-1918 firm.
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