Second half 20th century - Russia - 24k Gold Plated - in very good condition - hallmark
Gorgeous authentic Faberge Egg ‘Blue Imperial Pine Cone Egg’ with over 200 crystals, is 24 carat gold-plated and hallmarked.
At the time it was produced in limited edition.
Museum quality Faberge Enamel Guilloche Reproduction, these have a value and are estimated at €4000.
This egg is a Reverse Pine Cone Cradle Egg With beautiful enamel and has a miniature Indian elephant with its master.
This egg is in perfect condition, will be shipped with original wooden blue Faberge Box in piano lacquer, with plated Faberge Logo.
Height 11.5 cm
Diameter 7 cm
Circumference 22 cm
100% Authentic, will be shipped by insured mail.
|Member since:||August 14, 2017|
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.Fälschung trotz Nachfrage
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Vom Verkäufer als echt beschriebenThe item is 100% authentic. I’m not sure how you arrived at your conclusion, but you’re incorrect with your findings. Regards.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.VENDITORE INAFFIDABILE E FAUDOLENTO; FATE ATTENZIONE HO PAGATO 1.300 EURO E NON HO RICEVUTO IL LOTTO POICHè FERMO IN DOGANA: NON HA INSERITO FATTURA NEL PACCO. Un venditore poco serioThank you for the feedback. The package will arrive soon as the invoice has been provided to your customs. Italian customs does not open the package to retrieve the invoice, rather they expect it to be on the outside of the box. I will include outside the box going forward. Thank you again for your feedback.
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|Rest of Europe||$61.62|
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You can pick up this lot from the seller: Chesapeake (VA), United States.
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