Cook Islands 2010 5$ Imperial Eggs in Cloisonné Blue Faberge Silver Coin

SPECIAL FEATURES:

  • Mintage Limit - 2500
  • Imperial Eggs in Cloisonné Blue Faberge Silver Coin
  • Coin in capsule+with Certificate of Authenticity 
$69.00
Size chart
Women's clothing size
SizeXSSML
Euro 32/34 36 38 40
USA 0/2 4 6 8
Bust(in) 31-32 33 34 36
Bust(cm) 80.5-82.5 84.5 87 92
Waist(in) 24-25 26 27 29
Waist(cm) 62.5-64.5 66.5 69 74
Hips(in) 34-35 36 37 39
Hips(cm) 87.5-89.5 91.5 94 99
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Description
  • Mintage Limit - 2500
  • Imperial Eggs in Cloisonné Blue Faberge Silver Coin
  • Coin in capsule+with Certificate of Authenticity

With intense cobalt blue enameling and decorated with a charming golden web of Moorish pattern, like Tsarevich Egg.

About Imperial Eggs in Cloisonné

Cloisonné, also called wire enamel, is a handcraft technique in which wire separates individual compartments using given patterns. The compartments are filled with enamel powder in various colour mixtures and then fired in the oven. This manner of artistic design originated in ancient Greece and found its way to China and Japan via the Silk Road. The Cloisonné reached its zenith in the Ming Dynasty in the 15th and 16th century.
Enamel design was also extremely appreciated at a later date, for instance in the Russian tsars court in St. Petersburg. It was a tradition in Russia to give eggs as a present at Easter, therefore in 1885 Tsar Alexander III commissioned the jeweller Carl Peter Fabergé to make an extraordinary jewel egg as a gift for his wife Maria. This masterpiece was so successful that from then on the tsar gave his wife a new egg every year. Alexander’s son and successor, Tsar Nicholas II, ordered another 40 imperial eggs at the House of Fabergé before the revolution put an end to this tradition. The most striking versions of these enamel Fabergé-Eggs, implemented with diamonds and gemstones served as models for these new Cloisonné coins.
Product Details

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Year:
2010
Face Value:
5 Dollars
Metal:
Silver
Fineness:
999/1000
Weight
20g
Size (mm):
30 x 43
Mintage:
2500
Quality:
Proof
Certificate COA:
Yes
Presentation Case:
No
Country:
Cook Islands
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