OCTOPUSSY (1983)
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Sold by EON Productions Limited, who will donate their entire proceeds from this lot, if sold, to UNICEF UK, please see further information below
OCTOPUSSY (1983)

A SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL-MOUNTED, GREEN ENAMEL AND GOLD-PLATED PROP EGG IN THE MANNER OF FABERGE, COMMISSIONED FROM ASPREY, LONDON

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OCTOPUSSY (1983)
A SWAROVSKI CRYSTAL-MOUNTED, GREEN ENAMEL AND GOLD-PLATED PROP EGG
IN THE MANNER OF FABERGE, COMMISSIONED FROM ASPREY, LONDON

With hinged cover enclosing a miniature carriage adorned with white crystals on a spring-loaded disc revealing a hidden compartment, mounted on a wire stand
4 in. (10 cm.) high; 2 3/4 in. (7 cm.) wide

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The suspicious 'Imperial Easter Egg' plays a central role in the film's plot placing James Bond on the trail of a nuclear sabotage plot. Two jewel-like green-and-gold eggs were commissioned for use during filming by Peter Lamont, the film’s production designer, who asked the jewellers Asprey to craft the two Fabergé-style pieces from the Bond art department's concept artwork, which, after extensive research, was derived from the design of the Russian Coronation Egg made in 1897.

The seller of this lot has agreed to donate their entire proceeds of the sale of this lot, if sold, to UNICEF UK, a registered UK charity. UNICEF UK is registered in England and Wales with registered charity number 1072612. In addition, Christie’s will donate our entire buyer’s premium, less any costs incurred in selling the lot, please see further detailed information at the back of this catalogue.

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