1895 Rosebud Faberge Egg

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1895 Rosebud Faberge Egg

Peter Carl Faberge is the world's most famous jeweler who created eternally original pieces of art. The series of Easter eggs created by Faberge for the Russian Imperial family, from 1885 through to 1916, is regarded as the greatest and most enduring achievement. The Faberge Easter eggs are certainly the most celebrated and inspiring of all his works of art, inextricably bound to the Faberge name and legend. They are also considered as the last great commissioned series of objects d'art.
You'll love the elegance of this red-hued, Easter egg. A graceful detachable display attached with this beauty. Fashioned from fine pewter. Then it is hand enameled by our skilled artisans.
This sparkling egg is adorned with clear crystals and high-polished enamel with silver trim. It opens on a hinge and has a magnetic closure to keep the box securely shut. The piece also comes in a beautiful gift box.

  • 2.5 Inches Tall
  • 2.25 Inches (Egg Height without Stand)
  • 73 Crystals
  • Pewter, Enamel, Crystals
  • Hand Crafted
  • Padded Satin Lined Gift Box
Egg History:
When Tsar Nicholas and Alexandra Feodorovna married in 1894 the homesick young bride missed the roses in her homeland country, there was a famous rose garden called Rosenhohe. The Rosebud egg is a jeweled enameled Easter egg made by Michael Perchin under the supervision of the Peter Carl in 1895.It was an ideal gift for Nicholas to give to his adored wife for their first Easter together.
Yellow roses were the most valued ones in the Empress' native Germany. The egg opens like a bonbonniere to reveal a yellow- enameled rosebud. In 1917 the egg was confiscated by the Russian Government and later sold to the jewelers Wartski around 1927. In 2004 it was sold as part of the Forbes Collection to V.Vekselberg who purchased some nine Imperial eggs from the collection, for $100 million
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