The House of Fabergé made jeweled and/or enameled eggs, mostly miniature, that were given as gifts at Easter. The most famous were the larger ones made for Alexander III and Nicholas II of Russia (known as the "Imperial" Fabergé eggs). About 42 of the 50 eggs known to have been made have survived. [Wikipedia]
Oil on canvas, after Fabergé, basic repeat.
[Fabric: currently set (and proofed) @ 200 ppi, Wallpaper: 206, Gift wrap and Decal: 150 ppi.]