We introduce one of the largest Faberge eggs ever made and one of the few that sits on its side instead of upright! Fabergé Eggs are known as priceless treasures that were specifically made for Royalty and some of the wealthiest families in the world. 2020 marks the 100th Anniversary of the passing of Peter Carl Fabergé, a Russian jeweler that is best known for creating the famous Fabergé Eggs that were styled after the shape of Easter eggs.
- 100th anniversary of one of the most famous Russian jeweller – Peter Carl Fabergé.
- The two ounce silver proof is also selectively gilded
- The case has unique shape in a shape of an egg
- A limited to only 888 pieces
One of his most famous works resides in the Liechtenstein Museum and is known as the Apple Blossom Egg. This Fabergé Egg was made for a very wealthy Russian industrialist named Alexander Kelch as a gift for his wife in 1901. It is one of the largest Fabergé Eggs ever made and one of the few that sits on its side instead of upright. The Egg is made out of stunning green jade, gold, silver, enamel, and precious diamonds.
|Weight (g)||2 oz (62.2)
|Presentation case (box)||Yes|
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