Limited Edition Faberge Egg from Russia Looks Amazing

The Greeks and the Egyptians have been using malachite in their ornaments since 3000 B.C. Malachite is usually attributed to ward off negative energy. Malachite is a stone, which is believed to be a great source in helping you ameliorate your business and also to balance your relationships. This sounds rather intriguing. However, The Limited edition Faberge Egg is neither from Greece nor from Egypt but from Russia. It is an architectural replica of the Uspenski Cathedral in the Kremlin where the Czars of Russia were crowned.

The handmade malachite egg dome looks awesome and it comes studded with diamond double-headed eagle. It captures the detailed features of the Uspenski Cathedral such as the turrets, towers, and the staircases. Besides, two of the towers boast of Swiss clocks, which have been created using 24carat gold-plated sterling silver metal components.

Just like the original architecture of the Uspenski Cathedral, the malachite egg too has beautiful designs. These these 17inch high and 12inchx4inch wide replicas are available only in a limited edition of six pieces. In case you ever plan to get your hands on it, be ready to shell out a huge amount. It is available at a whopping price of $50,000, which is a tad too expensive.

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