The Rose Trellis Easter Egg was commissioned by the Czar in 1907 as a gift for his wife, Alexandra Feodorovna, to celebrate the birth of their son, Alexei Nikolaievich. Faberge’s head workmaster after 1903, was responsible for its creation. Purchased by Henry Walters in 1930, this Faberge egg has become one of our most famous works in the museum. Now, this exquisite rose bush pattern from the egg has been beautifully rendered on a charming umbrella. Automatic open/close with sturdy aluminum frame and wooden handle, the polyester canopy measures 42 inches in width.
Specially priced at $19.97!