Rocaille egg Faberge 1902

Rocaille egg, is made in Faberge's jeweler workshop, as Alexander Kelch's gift to the spouse, Varvara Kelch-Bazanova, for Easter of 1902. The exact site of egg isn't known, it is known just is in a private collection, in the USA.

egg Rocaille 1902
egg Rocaille Faberge

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Materials It is made of platinum, diamonds, transparent green enamel and silk. The surprise is made of gold, diamonds and white enamel.

The sizes Height: 12 see. Length: 14,2 see.

Rocaille egg Faberge

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Origin Gift Alexander Kelch to his wife, Varvara Kelch-Bazanova. In 1920 one of 6 Eggs Kelch sold, in Paris, La Viil Russi. In the 1940th, it is sold La Viil Russi, New York. 1949-1958 belonged to Jack and Bel Linski, New York. 1958, it is bought La Viil Russi, New York. With 1962 in a private collection to the United States.

It is stored Private collection of the USA.

Egg is established on 3 gold feet and decorated in style of rococo, with platinum flowers, diamonds and gold palm trees which are also decorated with brilliants. In egg a gold tripod with the engraved heart, on the one hand hearts the diamond initials of B.K. (Varvara Kelch), on the other hand year "1902". The miniatures which were originally containing in three framework, at present are considered as the lost.

Pay attention, on other egg created by Faberge's jeweler house for Varvara Kelch, egg the Bonbonniere or Yusupov Egg presented by the Prince Felix Yusupov to his wife Zynaida on the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary.