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Faberge egg (Did you know?...Gustav Fabergé’s paternal ancestors were Huguenots, originally from La Bouteille, Picardy, who fled from France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, first to Germany near Berlin, then in 1800 to the Baltic province of Livonia, then part of Russia.)

Faberge egg (Did you know?...Gustav Fabergé’s paternal ancestors were Huguenots, originally from La Bouteille, Picardy, who fled from France after the revocation of the Edict of Nantes, first to Germany near Berlin, then in 1800 to the Baltic province of Livonia, then part of Russia.)

Danish Jubilee Egg Date 1903 Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

Danish Jubilee Egg Date 1903 Presented by Tsar Nikolai II to his Mother Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

The Trans-Siberian Railway Egg of 1900 by Fabergé.

Moscow Kremlin Museums: - The World of FabergeTrans-Siberian express egg Russia, Saint-Petersburg, Presented by Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna for Easter

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Welcome to Fabergé - Explore the world of Fabergé and discover incredible fine jewellery creations and collections, including stunning Fabergé eggs and jeweled egg pendants.

Originally presented in 1902, by Czar Nicholas II to his wife Empress Alexandra Fedorovna, the entire shell is covered with green enamel pique-a-jour green enamel and three-leaf clovers. A ribbon of ruby crystals is threaded between the clover leaves. A tripod stand, also embellished with clover leaves supports the egg. When opened the egg reveals its surprise, a 24k gold-plated four-leaf clover brooch, which can be worn.

Imperial Clover Egg- Originally presented in by Czar Nicholas II to his wife Empress Alexandra Fedorovna

Story of Fabergé-The story of Fabergé is inextricably linked to the lives, loves and tragedy of the last Romanov Tsar Nicholas II and his Empress Alexandra, and to the Russian Revolution that changed the course of world history. Peter Carl Fabergé became jeweller and goldsmith to the great Russian Imperial Court, creating exquisite jewels and objects, including the legendary series of lavish and ingenious Imperial Easter Eggs.

Learn more about the history of the House of Fabergé, including the history of the Fabergé family and the legacy of their iconic jewelled creations.

The 1908 Alexander Palace Egg, partially opened and showing the translucenity of the nephrite (New Zealand greenstone) that the egg was made from.

The 1908 Alexander Palace Egg, partially opened and showing the translucency of the nephrite (New Zealand greenstone) that the egg was made from.

The Alexander III Equestrian Egg, 1910.

russianarthistory: “ Peter Carl Fabergé The Alexander III Portraits egg It was presented by Nicholas II to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna.It is one of eight Faberge eggs that are.

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