|Country: Niue||Metal Purity: 925||Box: No|
|Year of Issue: 2012||Weight: 16.81 g||CoA: Yes|
|Face Value: 1 dollar||Dimensions: 39x29.2||Coin Accent: Stone insert, Unusual Shape|
|ID: NU0280||Quality: Proof|
|Mintage quantity: 9999 pcs|
Imperial Faberge Eggs is a magnificent series of minted replicas of works by Carl Peter Faberge and his assistants. Thanks to the exuberance, intricacy and splendour of decoration, Faberge Eggs have gained a huge popularity as jewelry masterpieces. Now, struck in .925 proof silver, they are sure to become an extravagant and luxurious addition to any modern coin collection.
On the obverse of this silver Feberge coin, there is the image of the open Spring Flowers Egg with a miniature basket of wood anemones inside. The portrait of Queen Elizabeth II is surrounded by the florid ornament with the legends indicating the face value of the Niue coin, its issuing country and year.
The beautifully crafted reverse features the Order of St. George Egg (1916), the last Imperial Egg created during World War I. Made of silver without any precious stones, the egg represents austere elegance due to the fact that the royal family considered it inappropriate to exchange expensive gifts when the country was at war. The reverse image is embellished with a colored Swarovski crystal to fully express the finesse and magnificence of the original Order of St. George Egg. The coin has been issued with the limited mintage of 9999 pieces worldwide, so don’t miss the opportunity to own the silver masterpiece by Niue!