Heirloom eggs by Natalia Zaitseva speak of the by-gone Russian era

It is true that the magic of the bygone eras can never truly be recreated. But Russian designer, Natalia Zaitseva has very masterfully captured the elegance and opulence of the Romanov Dynasty in her Fabergé eggs. The inside of this musical egg contains a hand-painted pewter centerpiece of Clara dancing with her nutcracker. Designed from the finest lustrous triple-fired porcelain, this beautiful egg is ornately decorated with raised relief, 22K gold accents, and 100 hand-set faux jewels and Swarovski crystals. The base of the egg offers a peek into the Russian Palekh black-lacquer technique which reveals the traditional ways of the Russians. These beautiful eggs that speak of the alliance between Fabergé’s work and the royal family of Russia, measure 6-1/2″ high x 4″ wide (11 oz.). Each one is numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

These heirloom eggs are definitely a good buy for all those who share a love for history and art.

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