Colonnade Egg Faberge 1910

Egg the Colonnade - is made by Faberge's firm, as a gift of Emperor Nikolay II to the empress Alexander Fiodorovna, for Easter of 1910. With 1929 belonged to Queen Mary, Great Britain, after her death it is inherited by Queen Elizabeth II.

Colonnade Egg 1910
Colonnade Egg Fabrzhe

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Materials it is made from gold, diamonds, silver, gold, platinum, pale rose-white enamel.

The sizes Height 28,6 see

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Origin Gift Nikolay II Alexander Fiodorovna's. In 1927 Egg was one of nine eggs sold by All-union association Antiques to Emanuel Snouman London. In 1929 it is sold to Queen Mary, Great Britain. 1953, inherited Queen Elizabeth II.

Faberge Egg Clock Colonnade

It is stored Queen Elizabeth II, Great Britain

This egg marks hours the birth of the long-awaited successor of a throne, Alexey, in 1904. The cupid from gold, Is at top of Egg, which is enameled in iridescent pale rose-white enamel also it is surrounded with the dial covered with white enamel, figures are executed from diamonds. Four silver - gilded figures, represent four daughters of the Tsar, are placed round a basis and are connected by a flower garland from gold. Two platinum pigeons are placed within a circle colon.

Pay attention, on their eggs established for a family of the Emperor Faberge, Orange Tree Egg, or one more egg created in honor of tsarevich Alexei Czarevich Egg.