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1885 - Faberge Imperial "Hen Egg" Russian Cloisonne Faberge Art /Russian Art : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

1885 - Faberge Imperial "Hen Egg" Russian Cloisonne Faberge Art /Russian Art : More At FOSTERGINGER @ Pinterest

2/2 Imperial Red Cross Easter Egg, 1915. The front cross with the portrait of Tatiana serves as a clasp, securing the double opening doors. The front of the egg divides into two quarters when opened, reveals a triptych within. The central scene is the Harrowing of Hell, the Orthodox representation of the Resurrection. Saint Olga, the founder of Christianity in Russia is represented on the left wing of the triptych. The martyr Saint Tatiana on the right.

2/2 Imperial Red Cross Easter Egg, 1915. The front cross with the portrait of Tatiana serves as a clasp, securing the double opening doors. The front of the egg divides into two quarters when opened, reveals a triptych within. The central scene is the Harrowing of Hell, the Orthodox representation of the Resurrection. Saint Olga, the founder of Christianity in Russia is represented on the left wing of the triptych. The martyr Saint Tatiana on the right.

The Faberge Imperial Rosebud Egg, 1895.

Faberge Imperial Eggs

The Faberge Imperial Rosebud Egg, 1895.

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, 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.

Coronation Egg, gift from Tsar Nikolai II to his wife, 1897. The surprise is a reproduction of the carriage used by them at their coronation.

Coronation Egg, gift from Tsar Nikolai II to his wife, 1897. The surprise is a reproduction of the carriage used by them at their coronation.

A Highly unusual carved ivory and gold Faberge miniature egg pendantmade in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by workmaster Feodor Afanasiev.

A Highly unusual carved ivory and gold Faberge miniature egg pendantmade in St. Petersburg between 1908 and 1917 by workmaster Feodor Afanasiev.

Ovo Fabergé Kelch "Galinha", 1898

Ovo Fabergé Kelch "Galinha", 1898

The Imperial Winter Egg by Faberge

The Imperial Winter Egg by Faberge

The Faberge Imperial Fifteenth Anniversary Egg, 1911.

Faberge Imperial Eggs

The Faberge Imperial Fifteenth Anniversary Egg, 1911.

"Interestingly, the very first Faberge egg was not an elaborate, bejeweled egg but rather a perfect replica of a hen’s egg. Covered in white enamel, the egg opened to reveal a golden interior and yolk. Inside the yolk, was a golden hen with ruby eyes. And, inside the hen? An egg-shaped ruby pendant."

"Interestingly, the very first Faberge egg was not an elaborate, bejeweled egg but rather a perfect replica of a hen’s egg. Covered in white enamel, the egg opened to reveal a golden interior and yolk. Inside the yolk, was a golden hen with ruby eyes. And, inside the hen? An egg-shaped ruby pendant."

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