This Stuart Devlin surprise egg was made in 1976 being no. 50 of its run. The heavily textured gilded silver exterior opens by lifting off the top to reveal a gilded silver bird's nest containing silver chicks beneath green enamelled and gilded silver foliage and an enamelled & silver robin with a worm in it's beak. the egg is hallmarked by the London Assay office for silver & 1976 and bears Stuart Devlin's sponsor's mark "SD" in an oval cartouche. It is also stamped 50 being its limited edition number, probably of a run of 300. It is presented in the usual black box with red velvet & silk lining that is printed in gold with "Designed & made by Stuart Devlin London".
Weight excl. box: 5.7ozs - 161gms
Height: 2.95ins - 7.5cms
Width: 1.89ins - 4.8cms
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