May Lily Pink Imperial Egg Jewelry Box with Photo of the Family of Nicholas II (Medium)
|Material||enamel, gilded brass, Swarovski crystals|
|Size||2.87 x 2.87 x 5.9" (7.3 x 7.3 x 15 cm)|
|Additional Information||Exclusively for St-Petersburg Global Trade House|
The egg jewelry box is a replica of the most famous egg "Lilies of the Valley" — one of the fifty-two imperial Easter eggs made by the company of Karl Faberge for the Russian imperial family. It was made in 1898 as an Easter gift to the last Russian Empress Alexandra Feodorovna, the wife of Nicholas II.
The original jewelry egg is currently on permanent display at the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Our Egg is not a jewerly box, it should be used as a photo frame. You can insert three photos of your loved ones replacing the portraits of the imperial family. The egg is made in the Art Nouveau style. Lilies of the valley is made of green enamel, gilding and pearls.
- MATERIAL: A metal alloy that is durable and environmentally friendly. The casting of the egg is carried out using the old wax method. The main background of the egg is applied and the details are decorated by hand with cold, colored enamel. The enamel retains its color and gloss for many years. The egg will remain in its original form for more than one decade. Depending on the model, an egg is manually decorated with high-quality sparkling rhinestones and pearls. Packaged in a gift box.
- PURPOSE: The egg in the style of the famous Faberge eggs is an ideal gift for any occasion, especially for Easter, Birthday, Christmas or the birth of a child. Such a box is perfect for presenting a wedding ring. The egg is considered a symbol of fertility and therefore it will be a unique wedding gift. It is convenient to store jewelry and small memorabilia in it. For example, you can store your baby's first tooth in the small egg-box.
- CARE: Does not require special care. It is enough to wipe with a damp soft cloth from dust. Do not wash the box in water. If the rhinestones fade over time, it is enough to wipe them with a glass cleaner.