Empress Marie Feodorovna Danish Jubilee Musical Egg with Picture Frame
This is a very heavy piece, weighs approx: 4 pounds. This Egg is an authentic reproduction of a 19th century Russian Imperial original design. The large egg is Hallmarked: "ROMANOV".
Russian Imperial Royal Danish Jubilee Egg Photograph Frame. Egg is cast of a heavy metal, with 22k gold finished mountings, finished in creamy white marbling enamel. Set with dozens of jewel cut Austrian crystal gemstones.
Frame overall measures approx: 3.5" in height. Included are photos of King Christian X and his wife. you may change these photos for your own. Clear plastic windows protect photos. This Frame is an authentic reproduction of a 19th century original design. Hallmarked: "ROMANOV".
Musical Russian Imperial Royal Danish Jubilee Egg with matching Pendant Necklace. Egg is cast of a heavy metal, with 22k gold finished mountings, finished in creamy white marbling enamel with translucent Ruby Red enamel accents. Surmounted with the jeweled Imperial Danish Elephant crown. Set with dozens of jewel cut Austrian crystal gemstones. Inner compartment enameled in a matching white marble enamel. Egg itself measures approx: 9.25" in height.
ox is engraved with the Romanov Double Headed Eagle, and "Moscow & St. Petersburg". Quality MUSIC BOX movement plays the classic melodic " Phantom of the Opera, Music of the night" . Comes with original box that is in fair fair conditon,
Condition is new, however the egg is dated on its base 1903, and is an authorized authentic reproduction masterpiece of the original design. Artisans from the Hermitage and Winter Palace museums and others, upon commission, will replicate a work of art or painting. (The original Egg was originally presented by Tsar Nicolas II to his mother Empress Marie Feodorovna in 1903). Usually sold exclusively in St. Petersburg, Odessa and Moscow Cathedral, Museum and Palace gift shops.
**** Two of Saint Petersburg's finest Russian Imperial Art Museums have been awarded the commission rights to restore and to produce certain Romanov masterpieces. These museums are working along with regional ateliers, where some of the 19th century designs were first made. . Usually sold exclusively in St. Petersburg and Moscow Cathedral, Museum, and Palace gift shops, in Russia. ****