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FABERGÉ- Fabergé egg collection Imperial-Serial number 165/250 24 carat gold. Completely (1) - Porcelain

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Austria - Early 20th century

No. of items: 1
Object: FABERGÉ- Fabergé egg collection Imperial-Serial number 165/250 24 carat gold. Completely
Material: Porcelain
Model/ Name: ŒUF FABERGÉ
Estimated Period: Early 20th century
Country of Origin: Austria
Condition: As new - unused

Original Fabergé collection 24k gold, Imperial Elephant series N 165/250. Completely hallmarked with precious stones.
Manufacturing brand: Fabergé house
Estimated period: 1950-1975
Country of origin: Austria.
Height: 7.5 cm
Width: 9 cm
Length: 12 cm
The Fabergé house features this 24k gold luxurious Imperial Elephant Egg surrounded by an original Fabergé logo. The egg was shaped with the best porcelain and entirely decorated with 24k gold.
The Fabergé family was born in France, but was forced to leave that country because of religious persecutions in the 18th century. Forced to leave, they settled down in Russia.
Mr Peter Carl Fabergé was born on May 30th, 1846 and became a master goldsmith apprentice in several European countries.
He eventually settled in St. Petersburg where he became one of the best master goldsmiths of his time.
The Fabergé egg will be carefully shipped and sent with insurance

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