Easter is coming to most parts of the world and Rolls-Royce has revealed something to commemorate this year’s celebration. Introducing the unreleased images of the Rolls-Royce ‘Spirit of Ecstasy’ Faberge Egg, otherwise known as the Spirit of Eggstasy.
We’re kidding, of course.
But beyond that pun that’s waiting to happen, the Faberge Egg itself has a history that dates back to the 19th century and in close connection with Easter, of course. But before that, marvel at the beauty of this ornament through these images in the gallery below.
In 1885, Emperor Alexander III of Russia wanted to give his wife a one-of-a-kind gift for Easter. Chocolate Easter eggs were the first choice back then and were sold in the U.K., however, the emperor wanted to give Empress Maria Feodorovna something that’s more special.
With that, the emperor turned to…