This egg is covered in strawberry-red enamel over a guilloché ground. Over it's surface runs gold ornaments in the Louis XV style. Encircling the egg from top to bottom is a line of rose-cut diamonds, ending in a diamond set clasp at the top. The base is made of pale green bowenite, decorated with diamonds, and resting on a scrollwork in gold.
When opening the clasp on top of the egg, the two sides divides to show the surprise - a diamond-set platinum basket full of windflowers, or wood anemones. The flowers are made of white chalcedony, with demantoid garnet centers, and engraved gold stems. Between the flowers you can also see green enamel leaves.
The "Spring Flowers Egg" is now part of the Viktor Vekselberg Collection.