Anything faberge piece marked "Franklin Mint" is only worth about 1/2 of what you paid for it........
Now, if you are certain that it is a real Faberge egg, than it should be worth between $4,000 to $75,000.Is excellent for investmentAnswerI sell four eggs of Faberge by Franklin Mint that only the real one with 24k gold,enamel,pearl and hand decorations for 25000 in December and was easy because Faberge Eggs by Franklin mint dont make more and they have only the authorization to make by the House of Faberge. I am looking for Eggs Limited editionAnswerWhat you are referring to are eggs made by the House of Faberge and sold through FM. In 1988 they would have been about 4K. The jewels on these are not glass. I have seen one sell for about 7K a couple of months ago.
The majority of these faberge eggs would cost millions of dollars. They are worth a lot.
Peter Carl Faberge
The real thing is worth millions, but the copies vary depending on materials used.
Depends...which one do you have? The Faberge Imperial Musical Carousel Egg was about 11" tall / 6" diameter. By the Franklin Mint. White with gold trim & 4 horses. Plays "Emperor's Waltz" limited to #9,500 worldwide. Originally sold for $495.00. What it's worth depends on the condition of it, if you still have the box & paperwork. And keep in mind...the economy is not very good right now. Then there is the: Faberge Imperial Gatchina Palace Carousel Egg. about 3 1/2" tall. Sells new for about $650.00 Then there is the: Faberge Imperial Rose Trellis Musical Egg. About 7" tall, lime green in color with a little carousel in the middle. Sells new for $4,000. I might be intrested if you're selling. email@example.com
Do you really mean an egg from a bird or turtle or other creature or a Faberge egg? The natural egg came from the animals from the beginning of time. The Faberge egg was created by Faberge in France. The Tsar of Russia had many of them. They are absolutely beautiful and worth a lot of money. If you ever get a chance to see a book of them see their detail in the beautiful photos. Seeing them online does not do them justice.
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A faberge. They are priceless.
Yes. For more info about the Faberge Eggs, see the Related Link below.
Peter Carl Fabergé first designed the Faberge egg for Czar Alexander III to give to his wife
More than you can afford
Many of the chess sets are valued in price close to $350 each. The amount for each set will depend upon the condition that it is in.
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