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PRECIOUS ART

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The Ahmadabad Diamond. 78,86 carats, worth about 5 million dollars.

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The Lily of The Valley Egg

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Faberge Eggs are a thing of beauty, meticulously crafted with the utmost care. They were the creation of a man named Peter Karl Fabergé, and because of his beautiful masterpieces, he would become one of most famous goldsmiths of his time.

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Cuckoo Egg - gold, enamel, diamonds, rubies, pearls, feathers Faberge eggs

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The 'Trans-Siberian Railway' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1900 ~ for Czar Nicholas to give to his wife, Alexandra Fyodorvna. The egg commemorates the construction of the Grand Siberian Railway. A map of Russia, engraved with the route of the Railway, is on the center silver section. The surprise in the egg is a working model of the train which was inserted into the egg section by section. The train was wound up with a golden key. This egg is one of ten eggs that was never sold and has remained ...

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The 'Royal Danish' (or Danish Silver Jubilee') Faberge Egg ~ made for Tzar Nicholas to give to his Mother Easter 1903. The egg was made to commemorate her trip to Denmark for the 40th Anniversary of her fathers accession to the throne. The Dowager Empress was born Danish princess Dagmar ~ daughter of King Christian IX. This egg was one of the largest Faberge ever made. The surprise inside is a double sided miniature screen with portraits of both the Dowagers parents. The current whereabo...

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The 'Aleksandr Palace' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1908 for Nicholas II as a gift to his wife. It contains five portraits of Czar Nicholas children. Inside the egg is a tiny detailed replica of Aleksandr Palace ~ the Imperial family's favorite residence. The inscription "The Palace at Czarskoye Selo" enclosed in a laurel wreath, is engraved on the base. In 1917 the egg was transferred to the Moscow Kremlin Armoury where it remains today.

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The 'Twelve Monograms' Faberge egg ~ made in 1895. It was the first egg Tzar Nicholas II gave to his mother. It is decorated with the Imperial Crown & the Imperial Monograms (MF for Maria Fyodorovna & AIII for Alexander III). Each monogram appears six times ~ Marias appear on the top half of the egg and Alexander's appear on the bottom half. It was presented to Maria in memory of Alexander after his death.

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The 'Rose Trellis' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1907 for Tzar Nicholas II to present to his wife, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna on Easter.

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Faberge - The 1892 'Diamond Trellis' Egg ( made of gold, jadeite, diamonds etc, inside was a miniature jewelled elephant, now missing) It was said to originally have a base of three cherubs to represent the three sons of Tzar Alexander III & Empress Maria Feodorovna. The egg is currently in a private collection in England.

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The "Clover Leaf" Faberge Egg ~ made in 1902 for Tzar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife. It is one of the few Faberge eggs that have never left Russia & due to the thin gold ribbon & transparent green enamel construction, it's considered too fragile to travel.

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Peter the Great Fabergé egg

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A basket of Faberge eggs

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Faberge

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The 'Gatchina Palace' Faberge Egg - made in 1901 for Tzar Nicholas. The egg opens to reveal a miniature gold replica of the palace at Gatchina (a village 30 miles sw of St Petersburg.)

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Faberge

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Faberge Egg

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Carl Faberge set punch of gilded silver, decorated with cloisonne enamel Approx. 1896-1908

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Red enamel with gold and diamonds.By Louis Faberge - 1890.

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Faberge

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Faberge: The Coronation Egg.

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So pretty

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Egg Pendant

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The Kelch Bonbonniere Faberge Egg:

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