|Egg the Danish Jubilee - is created by Faberge's firm as Nikolay's II Gift to a widow empress Maria Fiodorovna, for Easter of 1903. The storage place isn't known today, the product belongs to Faberge's lost eggs.|
|Made in||in Sankt Petersburg|
|Materials||Gold, blue and iridescent white enamel and possibly water color on an ivory.|
|The sizes||approximately 27.5 see.|
|Technics of execution||?|
|Origin||Nikolay II gift for Easter of 1903 to a widow empress Maria Fedorovna|
|It is stored||?|
Gold Egg at top a Danish Royal Elephant, it is supported by three Danish heraldic lions. Egg contains the bilaterial miniature showing portraits of the Christian of the King IX on one party and Queen Louise on another.
|Will pay your attention, to other imperial Easter eggs Faberge,
Peter the Great Egg Created in memory of the city founder on Neva - Peter I, and
Cradle with Garlands Egg.