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The 47th Imperial Egg ~ 1915 Red Cross Portraits Egg ~ Collection of Lillian Thomas Pratt, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

The Imperial Egg ~ 1915 Red Cross Portraits Egg ~ Collection of Lillian Thomas Pratt, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond

Piano Anniversary Egg

Piano Anniversary Egg by Theo Faberge -- celebrates the Anniversary of the Piano Forte

(3)(1) FABERGE eggs__Theo Faberge -6__ "Peterhof Egg" The surprise, a replica of the Throne Room of the Great Palace detailed with the portrait of Catherine the Great.

Peterhof Egg Theo Fabergé Limited Edition 500 / Height approximately inches

Nikolai II, Maria Fjodorovnalle tilaama muna v.1910. 15,5 cm "Aleksanteri III muistomerkki"

We've now reached Imperial Easter Egg number forty-two: the "Alexander III Equestrian Monument Egg", from This egg is carved ou.

"Peter the Great Egg", from 1903. The egg shell features four miniature watercolors. Each of the miniatures is covered by rock crystal. Below each painting are enamel ribbons with inscriptions. "The Emperor Peter the Great, born in 1672, founding St. Petersburg in 1703", "The first little house of the Emperor Peter the Great in 1703", "The Emperor Nicholas II born in the 1868 ascended the throne in 1894" and "The Winter Palace of His Imperial Majesty in 1903."

House of Fabergé, Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster, Imperial Peter the Great Easter Egg, 1903

(1) FABERGE eggs__Romanov 1913 Tercentenary Faberge Egg by yale. Lets face it. Faberge is timeless.

The Romanov Tercentenary Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in for Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. It was presented by Nicolas II as an Easter gift to his wife, the Tsaritsa Alexandra Fyodorovna.

faberge+eggs+transsiberian+railway+egg | Egg Decorating: The Fabergé Trans-Siberian Railway Egg

faberge+eggs+transsiberian+railway+egg | Egg Decorating: The Fabergé Trans-Siberian Railway Egg

Napoleonic Egg presented to the Empress Dowager by her son Nicholas. Inside the egg was a folding screen of 6 minatures each representing a regiment of which the Dowager was honorary colonel

Imperial Fabergé Egg No. the Napoleonic Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. The surprise is a six-panel miniature screen depicting in watercolour six regiments of which Maria Feodorovna was an honorary colonel.

Le Musée Fabergé à St-Pétersbourg | Organisateur de voyages en Russie

Le Musée Fabergé à St-Pétersbourg | Organisateur de voyages en Russie

Imperial Presentation Box by Faberge, workmaster Mikhail Perkhin, St. Petersburg 1899 – 1908.     http://www.jewelsdujour.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/Imperial-Presentation-Box-by-Faberge-workmaster-Mikhail-Perkhin-St.-Petersburg-1899-1...

Fabergé made hundreds of presentation boxes, but many connoisseurs consider this his finest. Made of gold and decorated with enamel and diamonds, the box features the cipher of Tsar Nicholas II on the cover.

The 52 “Imperial” eggs each featured precious stones, expensive metals and clockwork engineering. In 1918, after the fall of the Romanovs, the Bolsheviks tore through the House of Fabergé and the tsar’s palaces. All of the eggs were confiscated and shipped to the Kremlin, where many were later sold off. There’s just one catch, though: eight eggs went missing. Each one is valued in the millions, with rumored locations including England, the U.S. and, of course, Russia.

The Royal Danish egg (also known as the Danish Jubilee egg), One of eight Fabergé eggs that are currently lost, it is one of two eggs whose existence is known only from a single photograph.

HUEVO DEL ZAR ALEJANDRO III A CABALLO 1910

Alexander III Equestrian Monument Fabergé Egg Date 1910 Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

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FABERGÉ eggs__ Diamond Trellis Egg on its stand. The 3 cherubs at the base are…

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