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This was presented to the Empress Alexandra Fedorova in 1911, when her child, the long-awaited heir, recovered from his serious illness that was a result of his hemophilia. In the regal rococo-style, the body and the cover of the Egg is formed from six segments of the finest lapis lazuli, making 12 in total. When the Egg is opened, its surprise slowly emerges. This is an oval diamond studded frame containing the portrait of the Tsarevitch both front and back.

Imperial Fabergé Egg No. the Tsarevich Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. Bequeathed by Lillian Thomas Pratt to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia.

1912 The "surprise" inside is a Russian double-headed Imperial eagle with a miniature portrait of the Czarevich Alexis, set in platinum and encrusted with diamonds. The Imperial eagle holds the orb and sceptre representative of the Romanov crown jewels. The intricate frame sits on a lapis lazuli base and can be completely removed from inside the egg.  Inside the egg, an engraved golden disc with a rose window design serves as a platform for the portrait frame. #Faberge

fabrege egg with the golden eagle seal and a picture of Alexi

Beautiful jeweled egg - looks more Chinese than Faberge...so we put it in jewelry

Fine Decorative Arts Russian Silver Cloisonne Enameled and Jeweled Egg Box…

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Instead of the Cadbury kind, here’s a look at a few bejeweled versions worth millions and millions.

Large Imperial golden eagle egg Fabergé Russian Imperial Easter Egg

An Exceedingly Rare and Important Russian Imperial Presentation porcelain Easter egg with two-tone gilded double-headed eagle, Imperial Porcelain Factory in St. Petersburg, circa The Imperial eagle is flanked by two ribbon-tied silvered laurel branches.

«Двенадцать монограмм (Серебряный юбилей)». Ювелир - Михаил Перхин

"Twelve Monogram" - egg was created in 1896 by order of Emperor Nicholas II he presented to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on Easter in memory of his father, Alexander III. Currently owned by Hillwood Museum.

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Rose Trellis Faberge Egg, 1907 ~ presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna -- Research indicates the surprise was a diamond chain with a watercolor miniature of the little Tsarevich Alexei, painted on ivory.

Incredible Russian silver  cobalt enamel egg by Faberge.  Gold wash interior. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark

Incredible Russian silver cobalt enamel egg by Faberge. Has Ivan Lebedkin, Moscow town marks with 88 silver purity mark. Has cyrillic Faberge mark