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The First Imperial Hen Egg, gold, rubies, diamonds, 1885, Presented by Tsar Alexander III to Tsarina Maria Fyodorovna. Svyaz' Vremyon Fund - Viktor Vekselberg Collection - Moscow. Imperial Easter Eggs are those Eggs presented by Tsar Alexander III and Tsar Nicholas II to the Tsarinas Alexandra Fyodorovna and Maria Fyodorovna. There were 50 Imperial Eggs, 8 lost and 2 eggs, dated 1917 never presented to Tsarinas.

Matt & Andrej Koymasky - Fabergé Hen Egg

Imperial Easter Egg

Imperial Easter Egg

Russian Imperial Fabergé Egg ✿⊱╮

1885 First Faberge Easter egg crafted Carl Faberge makes his first gold Imperial Easter Egg for Tsar Alexander III. Named The Hen Egg, it was commissioned as a gift from the Tsar to his wife, the Empress Maria Fedorovna, beginning a tradition that lasts until 1917.

Romanov imperial family

by Faberge for Lady Constance Cornowallis West (1876-1960)

A Faberge Gold, Enamel and Ruby Egg Charm made in St. Petersburg between 1899 and 1901. The egg is covered with a salmon pink guilloche enamel. The front is centered with a bezel-set round faceted ruby flanked by two overlapping chased green gold garlands, each set with a small ruby. The detachable gold fitting is marked on the suspension ring with 56 zolotnik standard (14K), with initials of St. Petersburg assay master Yakov Liapunov and workmaster's initials ' E K ' for Erik Kollin.

Faberge Eggs - Salmon Pink Guilloche Enamel Egg Pendant

Faberge Egg

Faberge Egg

Faberge egg

Egg by Louis Faberge. Painting of the Czar. With gold and emeralds.

Faberge Egg Music Box.

Faberge Egg!

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The Fabergé Egg Now closely associated with the Russian Imperial family, the first-ever "Imperial Easter egg" was dreamt up by Tsar Alexander III to surprise his wife, Empress Marie Fedorovna. Following the first bedazzled egg, the Tsar made it a tradition to present an egg each year to his wife. Fifty eggs were made for the imperial family between 1885 to 1916.

The 45 Most Gorgeous, Famous Gems of All Time

Rose Trellis Egg 1907

Faberge Resurrection Egg pre-1899 (c 1884-1894). Sept 1917 Major General Yerekhovich, chief director of Anichkov Palace, drew up a list of the Dowager Empress’s treasures to be dispatched to Moscow for safekeeping. Among the descriptions, many of which are easily identifiable, he lists “a small crystal egg with figures inside, on a gold stand with eight diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, and pearls,” a description which fits the Resurrection Egg. Possibly the surprise of the Renaissance Egg.

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Constellation Egg 1917 - unfinished

Peter Carl Faberge' (1884-1920). Known mostly for his be-jeweled, precious metals & intricate enamel work 'Easter Eggs' that were given as gifts (on Easter) by the Czar of Russia (between 1885 & 1916) to the Royal Family members. Each Egg an work of art on its own, usually 'hid' a surprise inside. Pictured: Lilies of the Valley Egg (1898) opens to show portraits of Czar Nicholas II & his 2 oldest daughters, Olga & Tatiana painted on ivory. Diamonds, rubies, pearls gold all enhance the beauty.

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs

The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs

The 37th Imperial Egg ~ 1910 Alexander III Equestrian Egg ~ Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow

Mieks Fabergé Eggs

Fabergé Cradle with Garlands Egg (or, Love Trophy Egg), Fabergé Work-Master Henrik Wigström, circa 1907 (Private Collection of Robert M. Lee, USA)

loveisspeed.......: Carl Faberge Eggs..

Faberge Imperial Egg.

Real Faberge Egg

History of peter carl faberge (peter carl faberge eggs)