The Coronation Jewelled Egg Great Britain ‘Octopussy’ Fabergé Egg Includes Nearly 150 Swarovski Crystals And 22K Gold Plating Limited Edition Number 20 Of 100 Pieces Worldwide

British Agent 009 Is Found Dead At The British Embassy In East Berlin, Dressed As A Circus Clown And Carrying A Fake Fabergé Egg. MI6 Immediately Suspects Soviet Involvement, And Sends James Bond To Investigate After Seeing The Real Egg Appear At An Auction In London, Ordering The Agent To Find Out Who The Seller Is. At The Auction, Bond Is Able To Swap The Real Egg With The Fake, And Outbids Exiled Afghan Prince, Kamal Khan (Louis Jourdan), Forcing Khan To Pay £500,000 For The Fake Egg. Bond Follows Khan Back To His Palace In Rajasthan, India, Where Bond Defeats Khan In A Game Of Backgammon, And Escapes With His Indian Colleague Vijay (Vijay Amritraj) From Khan’s Bodyguard Gobinda’s ( Kabir Bedi) Attempts To Kill Them. Bond Is Seduced By One Of Khan’s Associates, Magda (Kristina Wayborn), And Notices She Has A Blue-Ringed Octopus Tattoo. Magda Steals The Real Fabergé Egg While Gobinda Captures 007 And Takes Him To Kemal Khan’s Palace

Swarovski & James Bond
The Relationship Between Swarovski And James Bond Began Nearly 40 years Ago With “The Spy Who Loved Me,” When Bond Girl Barbara Bach Wore An Evening Gown Adorned With Swarovski Elements. Swarovski Has Appeared In Eight 007 Films. The Ice Palace In 2002’s “Die Another Day” Features Swarovski Schonbek Chandeliers

1977 “The Spy Who Loved Me” (Navy Gown Worn by Barbara Bach) / 1983 “Octopussy” (Fabergé Egg) / 1989 “Licence to Kill” (Dress Worn By Carey Lowell (Pam Bouvier) / 1995 “GoldenEye” (Bond Girl Brooch) / 2002 “Die Another Day” (Costumes And Set) / 2006 “Casino Royale” (Costumes And Jewelry) / 2008 “Quantum of Solace” (Gemma Arterton As Agent Strawberry Fields’ Necklace)/ 2012 “Skyfall” (Costumes And Spin-Off CGB Jewel​ry Line)

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