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Not so long ago the Forbes Family were the #2 collector of Faberge eggs! Recently the collection was auctioned off many were purchased by Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich.
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Not so long ago the Forbes Family were the collector of Faberge eggs. Recently the collection was auctioned off many were purchased by Russian Oligarch Roman Abramovich.
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Half a dozen eggs!
The Birch Egg, Karelian birch, gold, 1917. Ordered by Nicholas II for Maria Fyodorovna; egg never presented to her. The Russian National Museum - Moscow
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The Fabergé Birch Egg
The Karelian Birch egg, aka the Karelian Birch or the Birch Egg, is one of the last two Easter eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé in 1917 for Nicholas II as a present for Maria Fyodorovna; the last was Constellation. The egg is made out of Karelian birch panels set in a gold frame, a departure in design from the previous eggs which were far more ornate & gilded. The change was due to austerity measures taken as a result of World War I, both by the Russian Imperial family & the House of Fabergé. A number of the Imperial Easter eggs created during the war (those ordered by the Tsar as Easter gifts for members of the Russian Imperial family, as opposed to other eggs produced by Fabergé), utilized unusual & less costly materials. The Karelian Birch egg was the only one to use an organic substance (wood) as a primary construction element. Its "surprise" was a miniature mechanical elephant, covered with tiny rose-cut diamonds, wound with a small jewel-encrusted key. NOTE: The egg was considered lost until 2001, when Moscow collector Alexander Ivanov purchased it for his Russian National Museum (despite the official name, this is a private collection). In 2009 Ivanov opened the Fabergé Museum in Baden Baden; the Birch Egg now resides there. Ivanov also claims ownership of the Constellation Egg, also displayed at the Fabergé museum).
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silver enameled Faberge style egg.
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Faberge Egg 1907 - "Gradle with Garland". Currently in a private collection in the USA. A gift to Maria from her son.
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Faberge Egg 1907 - "Gradle with Garland". Currently in a private collection in the USA.
Faberge imperial enamel box. Belonged to Her Imperial Highness Maria Pavlovna. Smuggled out of Russia in 1917
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A Faberge Imperial presentation jewelled enamel box is displayed at Sotheby's on November 27, 2009 in London. Estimated at GBP £70,000 - £90,000 this enamel box forms part of a collection which belonged to Her Imperial Highness Maria Pavlovna, Grand Duchess Vladimir and her late husband, His Imperial Highness Grand Duke Vladimir Alexandrovich
Blue snuff box by Faberge
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Blue snuff box of Nicholas II of Russia by Faberge, auctioned by Christie's of London in 2010 for 1 million US dollars.
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Faberge Egg antique Ivory and Gold Miniature Egg
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Faberge Egg Pendant antique ivory and gold miniature egg
Faberge Ivory and Gold Egg Pendant...A Highly unusual carved ivory and gold Faberge miniature egg pendant
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#Fabergé -- Carved Ivory Gold Miniature Egg Pendant -- 1908-17 -- Workmaster: Feodor Afanasiev (St. Petersburg) -- Via Romanov Russia
The Twilight Egg (or The Night Egg), other Eggs, lapis lazuli, gold, diamonds, moonstone, paillons, enamel, carving, 1917. The back of the egg is set with a lapis lazuli Romanov Eagle, carved in relief above the date, 1917, inlaid in engraved gold, it was possibly made for a member of the Imperial Family. Private Collection
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The Twilight Egg (or The Night Egg), other Eggs, lapis lazuli, gold, diamonds, moonstone, paillons, enamel, carving, 1917. The back of the egg is set with a lapis lazuli Romanov Eagle, carved in relief above the date, 1917, inlaid in engraved gold, it was possibly made for a member of the Imperial Family. Private Collection / Blue Fabergé Egg
The 'Cradle with Garlands' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1907 ~ for Czar Nicholas II to present to his Mother. This egg was commissioned to celebrate the birth of Czarevich Alexei Nicholaievich, son of Czar Nicholas II ~ the long awaited heir to the Romanov throne. The surprise inside was the first portrait of the Czarevich in a medallion surrounded by diamonds. This egg is currently in a private collection.
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When Czar Nicholas II presented the delicate Rose Trellis Egg to his wife Empress Alexandra on Easter morning 1907, he also presented the Cradle with Garlands Egg to his Mother, the Dowager EmpressMaria Fedorovna. The Cradle with Garlands Egg has also been called the Trophy Egg but the name Cradle with Garlands Egg is more fitting. Ca. 1907
'Cradle with Garlands' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1907 for Czar Nicholas II to present to his Mother. This egg was commissioned to celebrate the birth of Czarevich Alexei Nicholaievich, son of Czar Nicholas II ~ the long awaited heir to the Romanov throne. The surprise inside was the first portrait of the Czarevich in a medallion surrounded by diamonds. This egg is currently in a private collection.
The Rosebud egg opens like a bonbonnière to reveal a yellow-enamelled rosebud, in which the two surprises were originally contained. The surprises are missing, but they were a golden crown, with diamonds and rubies, and cabochon ruby pendant. The crown was a reference to Alexandra Fyodorovna's new role as Empress of Russia, following the ascension to the throne by her husband, Nicholas II of Russia.
Rosebud Faberge Egg
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Cuando el zar Nicolás y Alejandra Feodorovna casaron en 1894, el joven novia nostálgica perdió las rosas en su país la patria, hubo un famoso jardín de rosas llamado Rosenhohe. El Faberge Inspired Rosebud huevo es un huevo de Pascua esmaltado enjoyada hecha por Michael Perchin bajo la supervisión de la Peter Carl Faberge en 1895. Fue un regalo ideal para Nicholas dar a su mujer adorada por su primera Pascua juntos. Las rosas amarillas son las más valoradas las de la Emperatriz Alemania natal....
Rosebud Faberge Egg the last egg offered!
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The 'Cuckoo' egg, given by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother in 1900
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Rare Musical Fabergé and Wedgwood Swan Clock | This piece was special and coveted when they stopped making it. It was made by Faberge with Wedgewood (four panels and the swans) and has pearls on each of the top corners and on the very top. It is also a key-wind swiss mechanism music box with a hidden compartment. This piece is mounted on a gorgeous blue marble base.
Faberge and Wedgewood musical swan clock, 1984
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Rare Musical Fabergé and Wedgwood Swan Clock | This piece was special and coveted when they stopped making it. It was made by Faberge with Wedgewood (four panels and the swans) and has pearls on each of the top corners and on the very top. It is also a key-wind swiss mechanism music box, with a hidden compartment. This piece is mounted on a gorgeous blue marble base.
Clock Hourglass Time: Faberge and Wedgewood musical swan #clock, 1984.
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Fabrege Egg from Russia -- photo by cobalt123
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Beautiful Cobalt Glass Fabrege Egg!
Cobalt Fabrege. From the original family in Russia famous for Fabrege eggs. This is a collectible, signed and numbered piece. They are created by commission.
Fabrege Egg from Russia -- cobalt blue
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Paradise Bird Egg - Faberge'
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Paradise Bird Egg - Fabergé - inspired. This is a real eggshell, carved out to hold a glass Bird of Paradise.
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The first Faberge egg: The Hen
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Faberge Eggs. Czar Alexander III of Russia commissioned these from Peter Carl Fabergé as an Easter surprise for his wife, Maria. Interestingly, the very first egg was not an elaborate, bejewled egg but rather a perfect replica of a hen’s egg. Covered in white enamel, the egg opened to reveal a golden interior and yolk. Inside the yolk, was a golden hen with ruby eyes. And, inside the hen? An egg shaped ruby pendant. Today, these one-of-a-kind works of art remain a symbol of luxury.
Carl Fabergé was commissioned to create the first Fabergé Egg art piece in 1885 by Czar Alexander II of Russia
The Hen Egg (the first imperial egg): A Fabergé imperial Easter egg Presented by Tsar Alexander III to his wife, Tsarina Maria Feodorovna, at Easter 1885 http://www.disckitty.ca/gallery/code/cs798/project/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Hen_Egg#refFaber2008
The first of the Imperial Faberge Eggs. The Hen, custom-made by Carl Faberge in 1885.
1885. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 1, the Hen Egg or Jewelled Hen Egg. Emperor Alexander III to Empress Maria Feodorovna. Now in the Viktor Vekselberg collection in Russia.
Gatchina Palace Egg, 1901
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The Gatchina Palace Egg. Made for Nicholas II of Russia who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on Easter 1901. The egg opens to reveal a surprise miniature gold replica of the palace at Gatchina, a village 30 miles southwest of St. Petersburg that was built for County Grigorii Orlov and was later acquired by Tsar Paul I. Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.
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The Gatchina Palace egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweler Peter Carl Fabergé in 1901, for Nicholas II of Russia. Nicholas II presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on Easter 1901. The egg opens to reveal a surprise miniature gold replica of the palace at Gatchina, a village 30 miles southwest of St. Petersburg that was built for County Grigorii Orlov and was later acquired by Tsar Paul I.
Faberge Gatchina Palace Egg 1901. Currently exhibit of an art museum of Walters, Baltimore, Maryland. I grew up in Baltimore. The Walters has a fine Faberge Egg collection.
Steel Military Egg,1916.Is made of steel with gold decorations of the Russian double-headed eagle,Tsarina Alexandra's monogram&1 image of George the Conqueror.Resting on the points of 4 miniature artillery shells,which stands on a base of nephrite.Is also topped with a gold crown.This look is caused by the WWI.All Fabergé's craftsmen were out fighting in the war,gold wasn't allowed to be used by jewelers.It was also bad for the Imperial family to publicly be seen ordering expensive things
1916 - Steel Military Egg
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Steel Military Fabergé egg 1916. The Steel Military Egg is one of a series of fifty-two Russian jewelled Easter eggs made by Alma Pihl under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1916, for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. Tsar Nicholas presented the egg as an Easter gift to his wife, the Tsaritsa Alexandra Fyodorovna. The egg is one of the ten Imperial eggs that were never sold, and now is found in the Kremlin armory.
Peter Carl Faberge and his workshop made incredibly intricate Easter eggs for the Russian Imperial Court between 1885 and 1917.
1917 - Constellation Egg This was the last Faberge' Egg and it was never finished.
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1917 - The 'Constellation' Fabergé Egg was never finished. :(
1917 - Constellation Egg The last Faberge' Egg - never finished.
#Fabergé -- "Blue Tsarevich Constellation Egg" -- 1917 -- Thought to be a gift for Alexandra -- Unfinished -- Belonging to the Kremlin Armoury Museum -- Moscow, Russia
The 1917 Constellation (or Blue Tsarevich) egg is even less complete than the Birch egg. It would almost certainly have been presented to Alexandra at the Easter of 1917. Made of glass, it reflects the reduced spending of the Empire's last years.
1916 - Order of St. George Egg