Imperial Fabergé Eggs, known also as Tsar’s Fabergé Eggs, are considered masterpieces of the jeweller’s art and a symbol of extravagance and luxury. Created by Peter Carl Fabergé and his assistants for tsars: Alexander III and Nicholas II of Russia, the eggs were made of gold and silver and decorated with enamels and precious stones.
The Mint of Poland released a series of collector coins dedicated to these extraordinary pieces of art. The first coin from the series was “Coronation Egg”, the next is “Lily of the Valley Egg”.
The coin depicts precisely an image of the Lily of the Valley Egg. Very low mintage and unusual shape crystals make the coin highly attractive for collectors
At the bottom – open Spring Flowers Egg (1899-1903) with a miniature basket of wood anemones inside. Above – Niue Island’s Coat of Arms with the inscription “Elizabeth II” below. Around the head – decorative neorococo scroll ornament. At the top – issuer’s name: Niue Island. On the right – a nominal value of the coin, 2 dollars, on the left – year of issue: 2010.
In the center – the image of “Lily of the Valley Egg” with pieces of chalk white crystals. On the left side of egg, inscription “Imperial”. On the right side of egg, inscription- “Fabergé Eggs”.