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The Basket of Wild Flowers egg (or the Flower Basket egg) is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1901. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
The 24th Imperial Egg ~ 1901 Flower Basket Egg ~ Currently in the possession of Queen Elizabeth II, England
Easter 1901 - Tsar Nicholas II presents the Flower Basket Egg to Tsaritsa Alexandra. - A true Faberge egg.
Fabergé: Flower Basket Egg 1901. Gift Nicholas II to Alexandra Feodorovna. Owner: Queen Elizabeth II, UK
Peter Carl Fabergé, Imperial Egg - Easter 1901 - Tsar Nicholas II presents the Flower Basket Egg to Tsaritsa Alexandra
Fabergé Basket of Wild Flowers Imperial Easter Egg - 1901 - Workmaster Carl Fabergé - @~ Mlle
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Faberge Egg: 1901 Flower Basket Egg
Fabrege egg made in 1901.
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(1) FABERGE eggs__"Order of St. George Egg, 1916. This egg is covered in mat opalescent white enamel, under which is painted an enamel trellis pattern of green garlands - which frames tiny St. George crosses in in white and red enamel.
The Order of St. George Egg, one of the Nine Imperial Eggs. (1916). Made from enamel, gold, silver and rock crystal. The egg is encircled in gold and silver. Painted miniatures of previous honorees are revealed under their respective awards.
1916 Order of Saint George Egg/Cross of Saint George Egg. These "war years" eggs are plainer than the others to reflect the more austere time.
The Order of St. George Egg - 1916 - by Fabergé - Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter 1916 - @~ Mlle
Faberge Egg "Order of St. George Egg" Given in 1914, it is made of silver, enameled white and decorated with small St. George crosses. Inside are miniature portraits of Nicholas II and Alexis, the czarevitch, hidden behind panels on the egg's surface.
1916 The Order of Saint George Egg. Gift: Nicholas II to Maria Fyodorovna The only Imperial Easter Egg that Marie was able to save and take out of Russia due to the fact it was delivered to her in Kiev.It passed after her death in 1928 to her elder daughter Grand Duchess Xenia and was only sold after her death in England in 1960.
1916 - Order of St. George Egg. Presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother. Workmaster: unknown. Surprise: none. Owner: The Order of St. George egg was inherited by Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna of Russia and after her death in 1960 was sold at Sotheby's for the equivalent of $30,910 to the Fabergé Company. In 2004 it was sold as part of Forbes Collection to Viktor Vekselberg
1916The Order of St. George egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1916, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. This was the last egg that the Dowager Empress received, as the Karelian Birch egg that was intended for her never reached her.
1916. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 50, the Order of St. George Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna. The egg is decorated with the ribbon of the Imperial Order of St. George. On one side, the Badge of the Order lifts to reveal a portrait of Nicholas II. On the other side, a silver St. George medal with the profile of Nicholas II lifts to reveal a portrait of the Tsarevich Alexei.
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Lilies of the Valley Faberge Egg: A Faberge Imperial Easter Egg presented by Empeoror Nicholas II to his wife The Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at Easter, 1898. Workmaster Michael Perchin, St. Petersburg.
Would have loved this Easter egg! Fabergé Lilies of the Valley Egg, 1898, presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna (closed egg). ♥
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 Art Nouveau style. It was presented on April 5 to Tzar Nicholas II, and was used as a gift to the Tsaritsa, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. The egg is part of the Vekselberg Collection. http://www.mieks.com/faberge-en/1898-2-Lilies-of-the-Valley-Egg.htm
A Faberge egg is one of 56 jewelry Easter eggs made by Peter Carl Faberge of the Faberge company between 1884 and 1917. The eggs are among the masterpieces of the jeweler’s art. The Faberge eggs began with an Easter egg made for the czar that became a gift for his wife, Czarina Maria. The egg reminded the empress of her homeland, and so from then on it was agreed that Faberge would make an Easter egg every year for Maria. He designed eggs for the next 11 years then for Nicholas II.
My grandmother had a Faberge egg. They are really cool little bits of art. Lilies of the Valley Egg, 1898. This Art Nouveau egg is made of pink enamel covered gold, with gold-stemmed pearl lilies-of-the-valleys, set with diamonds and rubies, and surrounded by green enamel leaves. It is supported on four dull green gold cabriole legs, composed by overlapping leaves veined with rose-cut diamonds. On top of the egg sits an Imperial Crown, covered in rose-cut diamonds and a cabochon ruby.
Lily of the Valley Egg, enamel, carved pearls and diamonds. 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 commiss...
Lillies of the Valley Faberge Egg. Delivered 1898 by Peter Carl Faberge.
Peter Carl Fabergé, Lilies of the Valley imperial egg, 1898
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he Rosebud Egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made for Tsar Nicolas II, who presented the egg to his wife, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna. It was the first egg that Nicolas presented to Alexandra.
Fabergé Rosebud Egg, 1895, presented by Nicholas II to Alexandra Fyodorovna. The bud originally contained two surprises: a miniature replica of the Imperial crown, representing Alexandra's new life as the Empress of Russia, and a ruby Egg pendant hanging within it.
Rosebud Egg - Continuing the tradition established by his father, the Rosebud Egg was the first Fabergé egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his bride Alexandra. Unlike previous Easter gifts, which on average took a year to complete, the House of Fabergé had only a few short months to create this present for the newly crowned Tsarina.
FABERGÉ~ ROSEBUD EGG~ 1895. Imperial Fabergé Egg No. 11. A gift from Tsar Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise is a yellow enamelled rosebud, which originally contained two more surprises: a diamond replica of the Imperial crown with a cabochon ruby pendant suspended inside. The crown and pendant have been lost.
Continuing the tradition established by his father, the Rosebud Egg was the first Fabergé egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his bride Alexandra
The Concise History of Fabergé Eggs: The Rosebud Egg (1895) - The first Egg given by Nikolai to Princess Alexandra
The #Rosebud #Egg, one of the Nine Imperial Eggs (1895). Varicolored gold, enamel, diamonds and a velvet linging decorate this Egg. This was the first egg Tsar Nicholas ll gave his bride Alexandra. Cupid's arrows and a portrait of the Tsar adorn the egg when viewed through a diamond cut window. Inside this egg is a yellow enameled rosebud which blooms, revealing a ruby and diamond set Imperial crown.
ROSEBUD EGG, 1895.Continuing the tradition established by his father, the Rosebud Egg was the first Faberge egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his bride Alexandra.The translucent red-enameled exterior is decorated with Cupid's arrows and contains a miniature portrait of Tsar Nicholas II viewed through a table-cut diamond. Once opened, the egg reveals a yellow enameled rosebud, which blooms to disclose a ruby and diamond-set Imperial crown
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Faberge Egg - 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
#7 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. Carved from a solid piece of heliotrope jasper, also known as bloodstone. It was presented by Alexander III as an Easter gift to his wife, the Czarina Maria Feodorovna.
Memory of Azov Egg by jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé, with a miniature replica of the cruiser Memory of Azov, named so after original Azov. The Tsar's and Tsarina's son was a serving officer on the ship in 1891, when the egg was given.
Memory of Azov Fabergé egg, given by Alexander III to his wife in 1891, the seventh Imperial Easter egg of this kind. It recalls the ship that Nicholas and his brother George took on their tour to Japan. Never one of my favorites.
Carl Fabergé and the legendary Fabergé eggs. Known for the famous eggs made in the style of genuine Easter eggs, but using precious metals and gemstones.
1891 Memory of Azov, 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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What's Your Favorite Faberge Egg? Cuckoo Egg? Orange Tree Egg? Trans-Siberian Railway Egg? Favorite Imperial Easter Eggs in the world's FAMOUS COLLECTIONS....
Peter Carl Fabergé Imperial Egg - Alexander Palace - 1908. 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
۞ ⊛The 'Alexander Palace' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1908 for Tzar Nicholas II ,Russia. The outside of the egg has five portraits, one of each of their children. Above each childs portrait is their monogrammed initial. On the inside of the egg, the birth date of each child is inscribed behind their photo.
The Alexander Palace Egg of 1908 -- magnificent Faberge egg hand painted with portraits of the five royal children of Tsar Nicholas II of Russia and Tsarina Alexandra ... Olga, Tatiana, Marie, Anastasia and the young heir apparent Tsarevich Alexei Romanov
My favorite Faberge Egg is the Alexander Palace Egg! The Materials used in my favorite faberge egg are: Egg: gold, portrait diamonds, rose-cut diamonds, rubies, nephrite jade, watercolor on ivory Miniature palace: tinted gold, silver, varicolored gold, rock crystal, light green enamel, wood, glass Dimensions: Height of egg: 110 mm. (4 5/16 in.) Diameter of egg: 68 mm. (2 11/16 in.) Miniature palace: 30 mm. (1 3/16 in.) x 65 mm. (2 9/16 in.)
Russian Imperial Fabergé eggs Alexander Palace 1908.
Peter Carl Fabergé - Egg - Alexander Palace - 1908
Fabrege Egg w picture of Grand Dutchess Olga
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Pricey: In 2007, Christie's sold an exquisite jewelled clock egg made by Fabergé for the Rothschild family for a record £8.9 million; the auction house boasts of its ‘long and successful history of being entrusted with the most important works by Fabergé’, the famed court jewellers of Imperial Russia
The gold and pink enamelled egg was unknown to experts until it was consigned to the auction house by an unnamed member of the Rothschild banking dynasty. Made by Karl Fabergé in St Petersburg in 1902 as a Rothschild wedding gift, it has been in the French branch of the family — sitting in a Paris apartment for many years — for over a century.
1902. The Fabergé Rothschild Clock Egg. Varicoloured gold, pearls, diamonds, enamel. Commissioned by Beatrice Eprussi de Rothschild as a present to Germaine Halphen on the occasion of her engagement to Beatrice's brother, Baron Edouard de Rothschild. Workmaster Mikhail Perkhin. Now in the Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia.
The "Rothschild Clock Egg - Fabergé', 1902; a table-top clock egg, covered in pink colored enamel, decorated with laurel swags of gold, standing on a three-sided pedestal enameled in the same color, with gold trophy ornaments framed with white enamel on each side. The clock's dial is also enameled white. The egg resembles the Chanticleer Egg made for the Kelch family.
★☯★Rothschild #Faberge #Egg ★☯★ The most expensive Fabergé egg was sold by Christie’s #auction for £8.9 million ($17.4 mil USD) in Dec. 2007 #Rothschild Faberge egg, jewelled, enameled decorated egg, signed K. Faberge and dated 1902, was a gift from Béatrice Rothschild to Germaine Halphen when she got engaged to Beatrice's brother Edouard. The #translucent pink egg contains a #clock animated #cockerel #OMG #Goodies #weird #bizarre #Fun #amazing #jewel #jewelry #luxe #luxury
The Rothschild Clock Egg Date 1902
1902 Rothschild Faberge Clock Egg
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Happy Easter! What do you think of this very special 'Easter Egg' - Fabergé Coronation Egg 1897; Image courtesy of The Forbes Collection, New York; All Rights Reserved
Coronation Egg by Fabergé Egg: varicolored gold, translucent lime yellow and black enamel, diamonds, velvet lining. Coach: gold, platinum, translucent strawberry red enamel, diamonds, rubies, rock crystal. , Nicholas II to his wife Alexandra, Easter 1897 workmaster - Henrik Wigstrom
43 of the 50 Faberge eggs created for the Russian Imperial family survive today. Click for more Easter egg history and trivia
The chicks and bunny reminded me of Easter. Then Easter eggs. Then Faberge. This it the Coronation Egg 1897.
Peter Carl Fabergé. Imperial Eggs. The series of lavish Easter eggs created by Fabergé for the Russian Imperial family.
Fabergé Coronation Egg 1897; Image courtesy of The Forbes Collection, New York; All Rights Reserved
Fabergé Coronation Egg 1897. Courtesy of The Forbes Collection #FabergeEgg #Extraordinary
Fabergé Coronation Egg 1897. Courtesy of The Forbes Collection
Faberge Imperial Eggs - Coronation Egg, 1897
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The Royal Danish or Danish Silver Jubilee Fabergé Egg (1903; made for Tzar Nicholas to give to his Mother in commemoration of her trip to Denmark for the 40th Anniversary of her father's accession to the throne; the Dowager Empress was born Danish princess Dagmar - daughter of King Christian IX; this egg was one of the largest Fabergé ever made; the surprise is a double-sided miniature screen w/ portraits of both the Dowager's parents)
Royal Danish Egg c.1903 by Peter Carl Faberge
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Big White Egg Trinket Box by Keren Kopal Faberge Egg Swarovski Crystal - Each item is made of pewter
Cristiani Limited Edition Large Faberge Style Music Egg (WHITE)
Faberge egg with Bee motif | The House of Beccaria~
Faberge Blue Bee Egg "Repinned by Keva xo".
Faberge Egg White with Flowers and Bees.
.Beautiful Faberge Egg Shaped Music Box.
Faberge Egg Shaped Music Box
Faberge Musical Egg Box
Un huevo de Fabergé es una de las sesenta y nueve joyas creadas por Carl Faberge y sus artesanos de la empresa Fabergé para los zares de Rusia, así como para algunos miembros de la nobleza y la burguesía industrial y financiera, entre los años 1885 y 1917. Los huevos se consideran obras maestras del arte de la joyería.