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Hummingbird Enameled Egg
Beautiful ornamentation characterizes this jeweler-style, museum-quality enameled egg first made famous by Carl Fabergé in the 17th century. The "Hummingbird" tips its filigreed lid-twice-to reveal a spot for tiny treasures. It is cast in metal alloy using the ancient "lost wax" method and before the brilliant enamel, faux jewels and tiny embellishments are added.
Approx. 3˝" dia.x4˝"H. 1 lb.
What buyers are saying:
"I received my 'Hummingbird' style Faberge egg today and was absolutely blown away by how beautiful it was. I almost wanted to keep it for myself. I hope my grandmother loves it as much as I do. It is my birthday present to her."