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The double-headed eagle has its origins in heraldry and dates back to 3800 BC - but was most have come to us via Byzantium and the Holy Roman Empire. The imagery came to Russia during around the 1400s. It has all kinds of meanings. The spread wings represent the widespread rule of the domain. The two heads indicate great intelligence and the talons holding the scepter are a vigorous representation of power with might.

This little charm is highly detailed - front and back.

It is finely made and was originally purchased for $13.50. It is now retired and some of the eggs and other charms from the same collection sell for much, much more!

This egg was not ever worn or used, only collected and viewed. We think it would make a great pendant or addition to a charm bracelet or necklace. Also consider it for a doll house sized Fabergé egg for the table.

Not including the jump ring or the extender, it measures about 3/4 inch wide and high. It arrives with a 2-inch extender. 3 or 4 eggs strung together are quite lovely as a bracelet. Countless eggs strung together will make a breathtaking necklace.

Joan Rivers owns the gorgeous Fabergé necklace that was created for the Queen of Romania in the 19th century. Of course, Ms Rivers' necklace is made of gemstones and precious medals.

Retired Joan Rivers Queen of Romania Necklace Charm - Double Headed Eagle Charm (E020)


  • Vintage Supply from the 1980s
  • Materials: brass, metal, gold plating, gold plate
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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