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Dette er tro kopi avTsarinnens vogn som hun satt i på vei til og gifte seg med Tsaren.

Legendary Russian jeweler Peter Carl Faberge - Beauty will save

Vladimir Chernyshev, Hermitage curator of carriages, inspects the 1896 coronation coach of Czar Nicholas II on Friday, July 24, 1998 in Wilmington, Delaware.

Vladimir Chernyshev, Hermitage curator of carriages, inspects the 1896 coronation coach of Czar Nicholas II on Friday, July 1998 in Wilmington, Delaware. The coach is on display as part of the Nicholas & Alexandra exhibition

Rare Russian Empress Alexandra Imperial Porcelain Easter Egg By the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St. Petersburg, circa 1910  Decorated with the interlaced Cyrillic monogram A F in two-toned gold for Empress Alexandra Fedorovna (1872-1918), wife of Tsar Nicholas II, on cobalt blue ground with gilded openings, fitted with original silk ribbon-3 1/2 in high, in red leather presentation box. Together with card inscribed Prince Vladimir Galitzine, Objets d'Art 202 Berkeley St, Picadilly W 1.

Rare Russian Empress Alexandra Imperial Porcelain Easter Egg By the Imperial Porcelain Factory, St.

The heart is surmounted with the Imperial crown, and carries eleven scarlet medallions decorated with the monograms of the members of the Imperial family.

The Imperial Pansy Egg "surpise" - Fabergé, a gold tripod on which sits a heart decorated with diamonds, strawberry and white enamel, and mother of pearl - the individual portrait of the Imperial family are revealed.

Peter Carl Fabergé: "Coronation Egg," which features the coach that Empress Alexandra rode into Moscow in 1897.

Peter Carl Fabergé: "Coronation Egg," which features the coach that Empress Alexandra rode into Moscow in

Fabergé frame with photograph of King Christian IX of Denmark. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin, 1893.

Fabergé frame with King Christian IX of Denmark. Father of Queen Alexandra and Empress Maria Feodorovna. Gold and dark blue guilloché enamel; ivory back, workmaster Michael Perchin,

Faberge clock presented to Baron Edouard de Rothschild as an engagement gift by Peter Carl Faberge in 1902.

The Rothschild egg – jewelled, enameled decorated egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Faberge in 1902 by the workshop of Michael Perchin, for Beatrice Ephrussi de Rothschild

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