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    ★☯★ #Rothschild #Faberge #Egg ★☯★ Russian #jeweller of a Baltic German descent, Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920), has been consistently creating incredibly #intricate Easter eggs for the Russian Imperial Court between 1885 and 1917. Of the 50 made​​, 42 still exist. Fabergé egg has become a symbol of #luxury and regarded as masterpieces of the jeweler's #art #OMG #Goodies #Stuff #weird #bizarre #Funny #Fun #amazing #jewel #jewelry #luxe

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    Pink Faberge clock presented to Baron Edouard de Rothschild as an engagement gift by Peter Carl Faberge in 1902.

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known Faberge egg in existence (only 61 have survived), each design uniquely different

Note the level of miniaturization in this example: Gatchina Palace Egg, 1901:

The Dowager (or Imperial Pelican) Fabergé egg, is a jewelled Easter egg[1] made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898.[2] The egg was made for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on Easter 1898.

Tercentenary of Romanoff's House Egg, 1913. Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. Vari-colored gold, silver, steel, portrait diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, turquoise, rock crystal, purpurine, ivory. Kept in Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.

The Moscow Kremlin Egg (or The Uspenski Cathedral Egg), opalescent white and translucent guilloche green enamel, oil painting, music box playing Cherub Hymn, 1906. Presented by Nicholas II to Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. The Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow

To get an idea what kind of the prices are asked for Faberge's works in prime condition, the following egg is known to have been auctioned at $18 million dollars. It is an unrecorded egg, not found in most catalogs... which makes the asking price even more astonishing (more info) -

A Fabergé egg (Russian) is a jeweled egg made by the House of Fabergé from 1885 to 1917. Most were miniature eggs that were popular gifts at Easter. They were worn on a neck chain either singly or in groups. The most famous eggs produced by the House were the larger ones made for Alexander III and Nicholas II of Russia; these are often referred to as the 'Imperial' Fabergé eggs.

Limited Edition Large Faberge Style Music Egg, 9.5” (H) X 3.25” (W) Weight: 3 lbs 12 oz, Plays “Fur Elise”

1899 Madonna lily Egg (another name - Bouquet of Lilies Clock) Gift: Tsar Nicholas II, to Tsarina Alexandra. Owner: the Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow

The Resurrection Egg ? 1894 - some consider this as the 'surprise' within the Renaissance Egg.