Vivian Alexander’s Imperial Caucasus references one of the Imperial eggs in the Matilda Geddes Gray Collection, which is now housed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art. It is one of the earliest Vivian Alexander designs to reference Fabergé's work.
This egg purse stands 4” wide, and 6” tall and shows off a myriad of delicate golden ornaments against a lipstick red tinged with gold mica enameled background. The enamel itself has been scribed during application to create a linear pattern that encircles the purse.
There are four lockets that fill each quadrant of the body of the egg. They stand ready to be customized with four favorite photos!