Faberge Egg- These are so ornate, I need one at least... even if its bootleg =P Find the purple one on my board too!!!!

Faberge Egg

Green Faberge Egg- These are so ornate, I need one at least. Scroll down when you search "faberge egg" to find the purple egg right on that page!

What happened to Malcom Forbes collection of Faberge eggs?  He had the largest collection in the US in his gallery closed by his heirs.

Gatchina Palace Fabergé Egg, This egg was presented by Tsar Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. When opened, the egg reveals a miniature replica of the Gatchina Palace, the Dowager Empress's principal residence outside St.

Fabergé firm   (Russian , 19th century) Miniature Easter Egg Pendant  19th - 20th century  Chalcedony, gold, diamonds

FABERGE eggs__(Russian , century) Miniature Easter Egg Pendant - century Chalcedony, gold, diamonds x (diameter) in. x (diameter) cm.

Rose Trellis Egg (1907) Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna.  Originally the Egg contained an oval jeweled locket in which the surprise was hidden. Only the impression on the satin lining now remains. Research indicates the surprise was a diamond chain with a watercolor miniature of the little Tsarevich Alexei, painted on ivory.

Rose Trellis Faberge Egg, 1907 ~ presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna -- Research indicates the surprise was a diamond chain with a watercolor miniature of the little Tsarevich Alexei, painted on ivory.

The Winter Egg ---- considered by experts to be the most beautiful of all of the Faberge Eggs. Nicholas II had this made for 1913. The "surprise" inside is a basket of flowers to represent Spring.

"The Winter Egg", considered by experts to be the most beautiful of all of the Faberge Eggs and the most expensive one. It was created by Alma Pihl, the only woman-master of The House of Faberge in 1913 for Maria Feodorovna, the mother of Nikolay II.

Faberge Egg :: Fantasy Beige

The tradition of Fabergé eggs created in when the Russian Tsar Alexander III. decided, to bestow wife Maria Fedorov, that it was unusu.

Tercentenary of Romanoff's House Egg, 1913. Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. Vari-colored gold, silver, steel, portrait diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, turquoise, rock crystal, purpurine, ivory. Kept in Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.

Imperial Faberge Egg - The ‘Romanov Tercentenary’ Egg Made in 1913 for Tsar Nicholas II as a present to the Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna.The egg was made celebrates the tercentenary of the Romanov.

A Fabergé egg (Russian) is a jeweled egg made by the House of Fabergé from 1885 to 1917. Most were miniature eggs that were popular gifts at Easter. They were worn on a neck chain either singly or in groups.  The most famous eggs produced by the House were the larger ones made for Alexander III and Nicholas II of Russia; these are often referred to as the 'Imperial' Fabergé eggs.

Inspire: Faberge Eggs Rock crystal with golden horse and rider on a lapis lazuli base.

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, and opens to reveal a gold and enameled elephant. Workmaster Henrik Immanuel Wigström. With original case in birch and silk and Imperial coat of arms.

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.

known Faberge egg in existence (only 61 have survived), each design uniquely different

Faberge Clock Egg/Madonna Lily Egg/Bouquet of Lilies Clock Egg, Presented by Nicholas II to his wife Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. Kept in Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.

Russian silver-gilt and cloisonne enamel egg and stand

Russian jewelled silver-gilt and cloisonné enamel egg box and stand.

Faberge, Ostrich, Master Julius Rapoport, 1895. Фирма Фаберже Скульптурная бонбоньерка в виде страуса Мастер Юлиус Раппопорт 1895

Fabergé sculptural bonbonnière in the form of an ostrich, workmaster Julius Rappoport, St Petersburg, circa 1895

It's not that we're saying no to the chocolate, but we'd rather this Pink Orchid Egg by Theo Faberge instead. www.mayla.se

Pink Orchid Egg by Theo Fabergé grandson of Karl Fabergé who created the Romanov Fabergé eggs

Faberge Eggs all included a "surprise" inside ~ A Fabergé Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection

Who is Peter Carl Faberge? Story (and pictures) behind the Google doodle

FABERGE eggs__all included a "surprise" inside ~ A Fabergé Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection

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