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Technically one of the most sophisticated and extraordinary of Fabergé’s Imperial Easter Eggs, the Mosaic Egg retains its ‘surprise’. It takes the form of a medallion painted on ivory with the portraits of the five children of Tsar Nicholas II and Tsarina Alexandra on one side and a basket of flowers and their names on the other, on a stand surmounted by the Russian imperial crown, held within the egg by gold clips. The egg was the Tsar’s Easter gift to his wife in 1914, but the original invoice was destroyed and the cost is therefore unknown. The Tsarina’s monogram and the date 1914 are set beneath a moonstone at the apex of the egg. It comprises a platinum mesh into which tiny diamonds, rubies, topaz, sapphires, demantoid garnets, pearls and emeralds are fitted – perfectly cut, polished and calibrated to fill the spaces.This extraordinary technical feat is all the more impressive because the platinum is not welded but cut.The five oval panels around the centre of the egg feature a stylised floral motif, replicating the technique of petit-point. In the list of confiscated treasures transferred from the Anichkov Palace to the Sovnarkom in 1922, the egg is described thus: ‘1 gold egg as though embroidered on canvas’. The designer, Alma Theresia Pihl, was inspired to produce the needlework motif when watching her mother-in-law working at her embroidery by the fire. Alma Pihl came from a distinguished family of Finnish jewellers employed by Fabergé. Her uncle, Albert Holmström, took over his father August’s workshop and was the workmaster responsible for the production of this bejewelled egg. The egg was confiscated in 1917 and sold by the Antikvariat in 1933 for 5,000 roubles. It was purchased by King George V from Cameo Corner, London, on 22 May 1933 for £250 ‘half-cost’, probably for Queen Mary’s birthday on 26 May.
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1891. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 7, the Memory of Azov (Pamiat Azova) Egg. Emperor Alexander III to Empress Maria Feodorovna. Carved from a solid piece of heliotrope jasper, also known as bloodstone, the egg is decorated with gold rococo scrolls, diamonds and chased gold flowers. The fluted gold bezel is set with a drop ruby and two diamonds that complete the clasp. The interior is lined with green velvet. The surprise is a miniature replica of the Imperial Russian Navy cruiser Pamiat Azova.
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Faberge Imperial Easter Egg; The Azova. Carved from a solid piece of jasper, is decorated in the Louis XV style with gold flowers, rococo scrolls & diamonds. The gold bezel clasp is set with a ruby & 2 diamonds. The surprise contained within is a replica of the Imperial cruiser Pamiat Azova, executed in platinum, red & yellow gold with small diamonds for windows, set on aquamarine representing the water. The name "Azov" appears on the ship's side. c. 1891.
The Memory of Azov Egg (or the Azova Egg) is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1891 for Tsar Alexander III of Russia. It was presented by Alexander III as an Easter gift to his wife, the Czarina Maria Feodorovna. It is currently held in the Kremlin Armoury Museum in Moscow, and it is one of the few Fabergé eggs that has never left Russia.
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Made by the House of Fabergé in 1899 for Varvara Bazenov Kelkh, then heiress to one of the largest fortunes in Russia. The Kelkhs ordered a total of 7 Eggs from Fabergé,
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The “Bouquet of Lilies Clock (Madonna Lily)” Fabergé Egg: Presented by Nicholas to Alexandra in 1899. The revolving belt has twelve diamond Roman numerals; hours are indicated by a clock hand shaped like an arrow in a drawn bow. Crowned with a bouquet of Madonna lilies, it uses the language of flowers which was well known at the time. Roses were symbols of love and lilies were symbols of purity and innocence. The surprise is missing, but photographs show a ruby pendant with rose-cut diamonds.
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Before the Russian Revolution in 1917, Carl Faberge’s jewelry company in St. Petersburg manufactured ornaments and baubles for Russia’s imperial family. The most famous of his works for the tsar’s family were Easter eggs encrusted with gems. These Faberge`s intricate Easter eggs have become some of the world’s most collectible bejeweled items.
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Before the Russian Revolution in 1917, Carl Faberge’s jewelry company in St. Petersburg manufactured ornaments and baubles for Russia’s imperial family. The most famous of his works for the tsar’s family were Easter eggs encrusted with gems. These Faberge`s intricate Easter eggs have become some of the world’s most collectible bejeweled item
THE RENAISSANCE EGG: A FABERGÉ IMPERIAL EASTER EGG PRESENTED BY EMPEROR ALEXANDER III TO HIS WIFE THE EMPRESS MARIA FEODOROVNA AT EASTER 1894 Agate, gold, diamonds, pearls, rubies.
1894. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 10, the Renaissance Egg. Emperor Alexander III to Empress Maria Feodorovna. Gold, chalcedony, diamonds, rubies & enamel. Now in the Viktor Vekselberg collection in Russia.
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🍊The "BAY TREE" FABERGE EGG - 1911 This gift was given by the Tsar to his mother. It's surprise inside was a feathered songbird that peeped up from the top of the tree. It flaps its wings, turns its head, opens its beak and sings. PRECIOUS!
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"The Swan Egg" : One of the Imperial Fabergé Eggs (Work-master :Jakov Ljaounov) ... Given by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. Just 10 cms high, it is made from gold, enamel and diamonds. The surprise is a silver-plated gold swan sitting on a miniature lake made from an aquamarine. When wound up the swan’s wings spread. Owned by the Fondation Edoaurd et Maurice Sandoz, Lausanne, Switzerland.
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Imperial Faberge Egg - The Swan Egg Commisioned in 1906 by Tsar Nicholas II, the egg was presented to the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on Easter that year for her 40th Wedding Anniversary
Gold Imperial Faberge Egg? No. Not all eggs are Faberge and not all Faberge eggs are imperial. There are about 50 true imperial eggs, the ones which the emperors presented either to his wife or mother. Some of them are disappeared. Apart from these, Faberge made other eggs to non-royal families (Kelch, Yussupov, Rothschild etc). They're not imperial eggs. This egg is not Faberge and certainly not imperial.
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Faberge Coronation Egg for the Tsarina's Coronation featuring yellow enamel, gold and diamonds
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The Imperial Coronation Egg is a jewelled Fabergé egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1897 by Fabergé ateliers, Mikhail Perkhin and Henrik Wigstrom. The egg was made to commemorate the 1896 Coronation of Czar Nicholas II. The valuable piece of Russian history was then presented as a gift to his spouse, the Tsaritsa, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. http://artinvestment.ru/en/news/artnews/20080616_faberge.html
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The Peacock Egg is a jeweled, rock crystal egg made by Dorofeiev, under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé. Tsar Nicholas II presented it to his mother, Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, Easter, 1908. The egg's "surprise" is a mechanical gold, enameled peacock, sitting in the branches of a blooming tree of gold & precious gems. The clockwork peacock struts, moves its head & spreads his tail. Dorofeiev, reportedly worked on peacock prototypes for 3 years. #rock_crystal #faberge #egg #peacock
The Fabergé Imperial Peacock Egg was given by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother, the Dowager Empress, Maria Fyodorovna for Easter, 1908. The egg is made of rock crystal and silver-gilt. The Peacock surprise, made of varicoloured gold, varicoloured enamel and precious stones, is a mechanical peacock which sits among branches with flowers made of enamel and precious stones, but which on a flat surface, moves its head and tail. Made in Saint Petersburg, Russia by Dorofeiev under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé
1908 The Peacock egg is a jewelled and rock crystal Easter egg made by Dorofeiev under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna The surprise is a mechanical gold and enameled peacock, sitting in the branches of an engraved gold tree with flowers made of enamel and precious stones.
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1908. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 34, the Peacock Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. Gold, silver, diamonds, rubies, rock crystal. Within the Egg, a mechanical gold enamelled peacock sits in the branches of an engraved gold tree with flowers in enamel and precious stones.
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This Fabergé seal was kept on King George V’s desk at Buckingham Palace and was likely purchased on 28 October 1912 for £19. It consists of a handle of polished nephrite with red and yellow gold, diamond and ruby mounts in the form of a band, from which swags of leaves centred by a rose are suspended. The handle is mounted on a base of red and yellow gold in the form of an entwined dolphin. The gold matrix is engraved with the crowned cipher of the King. Michael Perchin, c. 1900.❤♥❤
Faberge Egg 1896 - " Twelve Monogram Egg". Held in Washington D.C. This egg was given to Maria after her husbands death. The outside is covered with 12 diamond monograms of their initials.
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Twelve Monogram Egg 1896. Each panel of the egg contains a Cyrillic cipher of Alexander III and Maria Fedorovna, set and crowned in diamonds, set against the dark blue enamel with a design of red gold, rose-cut diamonds, portrait diamonds and velvet lining. It's covered by six panels each divided by bands set with rose-cut diamonds and decorated with the Imperial crown and Imperial monograms (MF) "Maria Fyodorovna" and (AIII) "Alexander III".
1896 - Faberge " Twelve Monogram Egg" -- Given to Maria Feodorovna after her husband's death. The egg is covered with 12 diamond monograms of their initials.
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Faberge Blue Serpent Clock Egg, 1895. Made for the Empress Maria Feodorovna.
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1895 Blue Serpent Clock - The Blue Serpent Clock Egg is an Imperial Fabergé egg, one of a series of fifty-four jeweled eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé for the Russian Imperial family. This is the first of the Imperial Fabergé eggs to feature a clock, and is a design that Fabergé copied for his Duchess of Marlborough Egg in 1902. It was crafted and delivered in 1887 to the then Tsar of Russia, Alexander III. It is currently owned by Prince Albert II, and is held in Monaco.
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The Blue Serpent Clock Egg (1895; the first of the Imperial Fabergé eggs to feature a clock; currently owned by Prince Albert II, and is held in Monte Carlo, Monaco; before Mar 2014 it was mistaken for the Third Imperial Egg)
Peter Carl Faberge was commissioned to create the first egg for the twentieth wedding anniversary of Alexander III and his wife Maria Feodorovna in 1885. Every subsequent Easter, another egg was made for Maria as a gift from her husband the tsar of Russia. After the passing of Alexander III, his son took up the tradition presenting his wife and his mother with their own custom Faberge egg every Easter. In all, 50 eggs were commissioned - to this day eight are still missing.
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My favorite Romanov Faberge' egg: the Lilies of the Valley egg. An Easter gift presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexandra (1898)
Faberge Lilies of the Valley Egg; Easter gift presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexandra (1898). This is one of the most beautiful eggs.
Faberge Easter Egg: Lilies of the Valley egg, given to Empress Alexandra 1898.
The Lilies of the Valley Egg is a jewelled Fabergé egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898 by Fabergé ateliers. The supervising goldsmith was Michael Perchin. The egg is one of the two eggs in the Art Nouveau style. It was presented to Tsar Nicholas II, who gave it as a gift to the Tsaritsa, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna.