Russian Imperial Mini Egg Ornaments, Set of 6 Multi
Add a touch of regal splendor to your tree. A visionary and talented artisan and jeweler, Peter Carl Fabergé (Russian, 1846–1920) counted the last two czars of the Romanov family among his elite clientele, for whom he crafted the celebrated Easter eggs in rare gems, precious metals, and radiant guilloché enamel.
These metallic mini ornaments are adapted from precious eggs in the Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation Collection on long-term loan to The Metropolitan Museum.
Ornaments are shown here on ribbons but are shipped with matching gold cords.
- Hand-painted cast resin
- Includes gold cord for hanging
- 1 3/4''H x 1 1/4''W
- Polish with a soft, dry cloth
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