Rolls Royce lunches it created only the 2nd Spirit of Ecstasy FABERGE egg in a century for a client – fully complete with a lever that opens it to reveal amazing crystal spirit of Ecstasy.
⦁ The ‘extraordinarily valuable’ egg was commissioned by a Rolls Royce holder
⦁ ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ FABERGE egg is only the 2nd to be commissioned in the ‘royally Class’ since 1917
⦁ A group of 7 skilled craftspeople from FABERGE spent over two years making the exclusive egg
Rolls Royce and FABERGE have revealed what is only the 2nd ‘majestic’ Fabergé egg to be created in a century. The unknown holder is described as a remarkable collector of both well-known brands – although neither of them will reveal how much they actually paid. Only fifty pre-1917 Imperial FABERGE eggs were created for the Nicholas II and Russian Tsars Alexander as Easter rewards for their mothers and wives.
The ‘remarkably valuable’ and amazingly unique creations are a few of the most precious and coveted objects ever to have been created till now.
The newest FABERGE egg features a complicated mechanism that permits the FABERGE egg to open, revealing a crystal clear version of the Spirit of happiness, the lucky charm that has adorned Rolls Royce motor cars since 1911.
The design and style, conceived by Rolls Royce Designers Alex Innes and Stefan Monro and rendered by Fabergé Lead creator Liisa Tallgren, has been brought to the life by Fabergé’s Paul Jones. The Fabergé Egg ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’, the 2nd to be commissioned in the ‘regal Class’ since 1917 – a class reserved just for Fabergé’s most illustrious formations. A team of 7 craftsmen from Fabergé created it over the source of the 2-year project.