- 3.5 Inches Tall X 2 Inches in Diameter
- 89 mm Tall X 51 mm Diameter
- Enamel Gold Plated Pewter, Austrian Crystals
- Padded Satin Lined Gift Box
The Pine Cone egg is a jeweled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweler Peter Carl by work master Mikhail Perkhin in 1900.
One end of the pine cone, a symbol of resurrection, is set with four diamonds, forming a quatrefoil enclosing the date Inches1900 Inches. The opposite end is set with a diamond star, enclosing a portrait diamond over a later miniature of a young woman. The eggshell opens to reveal a surprise, an Indian elephant. When wound with the original gold key, the tiny elephant, lumbers forward, shifting its weight from one side to the other, all the while turning its head and flicking its tail.
Ownership: The pre-sale estimate was $3 to 4.5 million.
- Russian Royal Eggs
Recipient of the gift loved it. Quality was as good as I expected.
Very pleased, all the Russian Royal Eggs have been grate.
I thouroughly enjoy it
So exquisite !!
I like this particular egg so well that I not only have it on my "Faberge Shelf, but I just gave it as a birthday gift to my best friend. I haven't counted recently but I am sure I have more than 25 "Faberge" eggs. I especially like the ones with a little "something" inside.
Much better quality than expected. Nice item with a lot of nice touches.Good to have surprise and winding key in side.Bought as birthday gift which was loved by the recipient.
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