it pathed to the next generation, Queen Alexandra which wore it in severel ways as ornaments – and as long chain – it must be in total1,60m for a length of 80cm worne on her dress, which she wore on the occassion of the wedding of her granddaughter Alexandra McDuff
It was a pleasure for me to find out a little secret from the Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg – now in the Collection of the VMFA “The largest public collection outside of Russia”.
Visit the Collections at https://vmfa.museum/collections/art/imperial-rock-crystal-easter-egg/
and find out what was the secret Miniature from the life of Empress Alexandra’s Faberge Egg!
Imperial Rock Crystal Easter Egg 1896 Empress Alexandra Feodorovna Fabergé firm Russian , 19th century Mikhail Perkhin, Workmaster Russian , 1860 – 1903 Johannes Zehngraf, Painter of miniatures Russian , 1857 – 1908
Thank you to Christel MCCanless she starts the tresure hunting on her blog: http://www.fabergeresearch.com