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An antique Russian FABERGE white guilloche enamel and faceted amethyst egg pendant with gold mounts, workmaster Feodor Afanasiev, St. Petersburg, circa 1900

Russian FABERGE white guilloche enamel and faceted amethyst egg pandant with gold mounts, workmaster Feodor Afanasiev, St. Petersburg, circa Maria Vladimirovna Chatelain, Lady in Waiting of Grand Duchess Xenia Alexandrovna (sister of Nicholas II).

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It is not one of the Imperial Eggs or any of the several Imperial quality eggs I've seen, But it does look elegant.

Faberge Egg with turtles & pedant turtle inside, Egg with chicken trinket box

Fabergé Egg with turtles pedant turtle inside trinket box by Keren Kopal Swarovski Crystal - FAKE crude work - NOT an Imperial egg!

A Russian gold and diamond pendant egg, Cyrillic maker's mark GD, St Petersburg, prior to 1899. From John Atzbach.

A Russian gold and diamond pendant egg, Cyrillic maker's mark GD, St Petersburg, prior to From John Atzbach.

I aint into eggs at all..but its gorgeous.cant go wrong wit it having a crown and it being pink!

Jajka Fabergé - Są synonimem luksusu i bogactwa. Znane… na Stylowi.

Easter egg pendant, 1903, top half blue enamel with four white enamel strips bordered in gold forming four panels; base of gold-mounted cabochon moonstone, rose diamonds encircling centre. Gold hanging loop. Mark of Michael Perkhin; gold mark of 56 zolotniks.

Easter egg pendant, top half blue enamel with four white enamel strips bordered in gold forming four panels; base of gold-mounted cabochon moonstone, rose diamonds encircling centre. Mark of Michael Perkhin; gold mark of 56 zolotniks.

La pasión por la joyería: Huevo Faberge

The Pine Cone egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in The egg was made for Alexander Kelch, who presented it to his wife, Barbara (Varvara) Kelch-Bazanova.

Faberge Caviar Server

Fabergé Caviar Server - A caviar server in lobed crystal with gilt-metal handles

Faberge Eggs From The Lost Russian Dynasty

Faberge Eggs From The Lost Russian Dynasty

1901 "Gatchina Palace" Faberge Egg made Tzar Nicholas. The egg opens to reveal a miniature gold replica of the Palace at Gatchina, a village near St.

A Gold-Mounted Guilloché Enamel Egg Pendant  By Fabergé, with the workmaster's mark of Erik Kollin, St. Petersburg, apparently no town or date marks, circa 1900 Ovoid, enameled in translucent pink over a hatched guilloché ground, marked on suspension loop 5/8 in. (1.6 cm.) high

Gold-Mounted Guilloché Enamel Egg Pendant by Fabergé, w the workmaster's mark of Erik Kollin, St. Petersburg, apparently no town or date marks Ovoid enameled in translucent pink over a hatched guilloché ground, marked on suspension loop in cm) high

A Two-colour Gold and Guilloché Enamel Perfume Bottle Marked Fabergé with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, no town or date mark, circa 1908, indistinct scratched inventory number, possibly 228(?) Ovoid, enameled in translucent pale blue over a wavy guilloché ground, applied with chased laurel swags, the spherical hinged cover with pearl finial, in a fitted velvet Wartski case, marked inside cover.

A Two-colour Gold and Guilloché Enamel Perfume Bottle Marked Fabergé with the workmaster's mark of Henrik Wigström, no town or date mark, circa 1908

My kind of easter egg.  Read about the origin on www.simonrademan.co.za/homepage-extra-faberge.htm Faberge Egg via Faberge

The tradition of Fabergé eggs created in when the Russian Tsar Alexander III. decided, to bestow wife Maria Fedorov, that it was unusu.

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