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1906 Moscow Kremlin Egg, the largest Faberge Easter egg on display in the exhibition "Treasures from the Kremlin: The World of Faberge" at Sydney's Powerhouse Museum.

Moscow Kremlin Egg (or Uspenski Cathedral Egg), 1906. Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. Onyx, four colors gold, silver, glass. Kept in Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.

The 'Alexander Palace' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1908 for Tzar Nicholas II. The outside of the egg has five portraits, one of each of their children. Above each childs portrait is their monogrammed initial. On the inside of the egg, the birth date of each child is inscribed behind their photo.

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

1903 Peter The Great egg

The 'Revolving Miniatures' Faberge Egg (aka the 'Rock Crystal' Egg) ~ made in 1896 ~ for Czar Nicholas II to give to his wife. The egg contains 12 miniatures which represent places of significance to the Tsarina. The two halves of the crystal are held together by a narrow gold band culminating at the top with a 27 carat Siberian emerald ~ the biggest gem used in the Imperial Easter Eggs. This egg was sold in 1930, bought by Lillian Pratt (wife of a GM executive) in 1945 and willed to the V...

15th Anniversary egg; one of the nine Imperial Eggs (1894). Perhaps the most personal of all the Imperial eggs crafted by Faberge. There are 18 illustrated scenes representing the principal events in the life of the Tsar and Tsarina. Included are individual portraits of each of their 5 children.