Faberge-Inspired Light Blue Egg Necklace - Museum Reproductions
Carl Fabergé and his workshop created some of the most exquisite pieces of art and jewelry ever made! Perhaps his most famous creations were the Imperial Eggs, which were created as gifts for the Russian Czar and his family at the end of the 19th Century.
This egg is inspired by a piece owned by Marjorie Post that is now in the collections of Hillwood Estate.
These little eggs are inspired by those gorgeous pieces and are made with glass crystals, gold plated pewter, and enamel. The pendant is just under 1" long and is on a delicate, 18" long gold-plated chain.
I have not come across historical examples of their famous eggs being made into jewelry historically, but I couldn't resist these! Also available earrings here: https://www.damesalamode.com/collections/all/products/faberge-inspired-imperial-egg-earrings-museum-reproductions
This item was made by the Museum Reproduction Company, which partners with Museums to recreate historical items in their collections. A portion of the sale of these items goes back to support the museums where the original pieces are kept. Made in the USA!
To see more Museum Reproduction Items please see here: https://www.damesalamode.com/collections/all/museum-reproductions
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