Peter the Great Easter Egg by Faberge, dated 1903. Given by Tsar Nicholas II to the Tsaritsa Alexandra. Every Easter (except 1904 and 1905, when Russia was at war with Japan) he gave a Faberge Egg to her and to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna.
The Faberge Mosaic Egg ~ Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. The surprise is a jewelled and enamelled miniature frame painted with the profiles in camaieu brun of the five Imperial children on an opalescent pink enamel ground surrounded by green enamel husk and pearls, surmounted by an Imperial crown set with rose diamonds..
The Resurrection Egg by Faberge ca 1887. Made of yellow gold, rock crystal, rose-cut diamonds, pearls, brilliant diamonds and various coloured enamels. It is one of Faberge's masterpieces and is essentially a jewel. http://www.mieks.com/faberge-en/Other-Eggs/Imperial-Resurrection-Egg.htm
Presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on Easter 1900, this egg in the form of a Baroque table clock is enameled violet over a guilloché zigzag ground. Embellished with ornate motifs, the diamond-set dial is wreathed by seed pearls and set against a panel of white enamel enveloped by gold foliage, pearls and diamonds.
The "Clover Leaf" Faberge Egg ~ made in 1902 for Tzar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife. It is one of the few Faberge eggs that have never left Russia & due to the thin gold ribbon & transparent green enamel construction, it's considered too fragile to travel.