Ladoga Unveils 100 Fabergé-inspired Eggs with Imperial Collection Vodka

Last month, the Russian Industrial group Ladoga launched a collection of 100 Fabergé-inspired eggs. In the UK it was launched with the title ‘’, filled with super-premium vodka.  The case is in the shape of eggs in an artistic form of Faberge work.  Venice glasses, decanters, and production of eggs with elegant gilt are crafted with 24-carat gold plating, crystals, and enamel. It contains a bottle of super premium vodka, four Venetian glasses, and a decanter produced by Ladoga. The top of the egg has a golden eagle designed by a master jeweler who since 30 years has been worked in the Vatican.

The surface covered with colored enamel which protects not only the surface but also gives elegance for the product. Inlay work is done on product’s surface which has twenty four carat gold cover with surmounted eagle and winged lions which are in gold. The difficult stages of work are embossed gilding which is executed by highly specialized companies. The final result is the elegant and graceful golden eggs of eagle.  Famous Florentine masters are engaged in the creations of this laborious work.

The eggs are available at Browns boutique at south Molton Street, London. The colored enamel egg costs £2,600 where as the golf eggs cost £5,600. According to the company’s explanation the preparation of vodka needs rye and wheat with fresh water from Lake Ladoga. The drink is filtered five times through charcoal of birch and then passed through quartz sand for several times and at last percolated through algae.

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