Kelch Chanticleer Faberge Egg
- Contains Music Box (Plays "For Elise" by Ludwig van Beethoven)
- 9 ''(H) X 3'' (W)
- 3 lbs
- Pewter, Enamel, Crystals
- Gift Boxed
The Kelch Chanticleer egg is a jeweled enameled Easter egg made by Michael Perchin under the supervision of the Russian jeweler Peter Carl Faberge in 1904, for the Russian industrialist Alexander Kelch, who presented the egg to his wife.
The Chanticleer Egg is, together with the Royal Danish Egg and Kremlin egg is one of Faberge largest Easter eggs. It was long believed to be an Imperial egg. The Chanticleer Egg is one of three Faberge's Easter eggs with singing-bird mechanisms, of which two also incorporate clocks.
Faberge made a similar egg for Rothschild family in 1902.