The Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection

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By appitaly

The company Bugatti was already known for its high-quality products before they entered the automotive sector. Rembrandt Bugatti became known as a talented sculptor in the late 1800s and early 1900s, while his brother Carlo Bugatti did the same for modern-style furniture.

Etienne Bugatti’s father, Carlo, once said, “The egg is the most beautiful form in nature.” Etienne founded a company to manufacture automobiles.

The relationship between Bugatti and Asprey Studio in early 2022 was inspired by this statement, which was passed down through generations. The Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection NFT initiative is another example of how two well-known companies are combining history and modernity.

With 111 physical eggs tied to Bitcoin NFTs, the Asprey Bugatti egg collection will be presented as a tangible physical object and a work of generative art. These eggs, like luxury cars, will not be cheap.


According to today’s report by Ali Walker, Asprey Studio’s chief designer, the price of eggs 1-100 will range from $20,000 to $50,000. Eggs 100-111 of the Asprey Bugatti collection will cost buyers over $200,000.

The high-quality components used to make the eggs are reflected in the product’s price. The Royale Edition collection from the Asprey Bugatti Egg Collection includes eggs with carbon fiber shells, which are carefully shaped to achieve the perfect egg form. As described by Walker, it is encased in a lattice of sterling silver with a diamond pattern that tapers smoothly to a curved base, which suggests movement and recalls the history of Asprey in the furniture and jewelry industries.

The surface of the egg features a reproduction of one of Rembrandt Bugatti’s original sculptures, “Dancing Elephant.” Asprey Studio 3D scanned the Bugatti Type 41 Royale for the project, and now it proudly stands on the hood. When activated, it reveals a view of the Bugatti home in Molsheim, Chateau St. Jean, with a silver replica of its Type 41 Royale Esders parked in front of it.

However, you will have to wait in line if you want to see Chateau St. Jean. The inside of the egg will not be photographed until it is minted. Walker is credited with the cover, and we know that strategic partner Asprey, Metagood, was responsible for the encoding. According to Walker, the egg-shaped equation used in the sculpture is a new form of expression and art because it can be used as an irreplaceable currency on the Bitcoin network. This equation bridges the gap between NFT and sculpture.

The most expensive non-fungible token ever registered on the Bitcoin blockchain will not be available for purchase in physical form until the date and time of minting are announced. The egg will be handcrafted, so expect delivery up to a year.

In April 2023, Asprey Studio gallery will open its doors, along with the NFT collection.