Fabergé Easter Egg

Fabergé Easter Egg Silver, engraved and partially gilded with blue guilloché enamel, oval cabochon rubies, round and oval cabochon tourmalines, and rose cut diamonds; with nephrite jade pedestal. Egg topped by an Imperial double-headed Romanov eagle.

The last Imperial Easter Egg commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II for his wife Alexandra Feodorovna was the Constellation Egg of 1917. It is one of the most tantalising of Fabergé’s Imperial eggs, not least because it was never completed and its component parts were only recently identified in Moscow.

The last Imperial Easter Egg commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II for his wife Alexandra Feodorovna was the Constellation Egg of It is one of the most tantalising of Fabergé’s Imperial eggs, not least because it was never completed and its component part

A Fabergé Egg is a jeweled egg made by the House of Fabergé.

Inspired Mixed Media FABERGE eggs__ is a jeweled egg made by the House of Fabergé.

Russian Imperial Emerald Green Carriage with Faberge Egg Pendant Necklace

Russian Imperial Carriage with Faberge Emerald Green Egg Pendant Necklace

Faberge Trans-Siberian Railway Egg 1900 Presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexandra Work-master : Michael Perkhin St. Petersburg

Imperial Fabergé Egg No. the Trans-Siberian Railway Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise, a working model of a steam locomotive, fits into the egg section by section.

Faberge - The 1893 Caucasus Egg

1893 Caucasus Egg Gift: Alexandre III to Maria Fyodorovna Owner: Matilda Geddings Gray Foundation, New Orleans Museum of Arts.

Faberge style egg.

Eggs, eggs, Imperial Fabergé eggs and just normal overpriced chocolate ones!

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“ Grisaille Egg or Catherine the Great Egg Carl Faberge, 1914 Gift of Tsar Nicholas II to his mother Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna “ Considered one of the most.

Faberge Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow,

The Rosebud egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made by Michael Perchin under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in

FABERGÉ EGGOpen~ This egg was on the brink of being melted down for scrap in the U.S: Tsar Alexander III's 1887 Easter gift to his wife, Maria Feodorovna. The 3.2-inch egg is on an elaborate gold stand supported by lion paw feet. Three sapphires suspend golden garlands around it, and a diamond acts an opening mechanism to reveal the Vacheron Constantin watch inside

Carl Faberge's jewelery workshop made 50 Easter eggs for the Russian royal family, each taking a year or more to craft. According to Faberge, designs were produced in the greatest secrecy, "the only pre-requisite being that they contained a surprise.

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