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Faberge Egg 1910 - "Colonnade Egg" Currently owned by Queen Elizabeth II in England. A gift at the birth of the heir Alexei.

The Colonnade Egg Henrik Emanuel Wigström for Fabergé, 1910 The Royal Collection “This Imperial Easter Egg – which incorporates a rotary clock in its design, the movement supplied to Fabergé by Henry Moser & Cie – is in the form of a classical temple

Faberge Colonnade Egg 1910. In 1927 the Colonnade Egg was sold as one of nine eggs to Emanuel Snowman of London antique dealer Wartski. Two years later it was sold to Queen Mary of Teck and inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in 1953. It remains in the Royal Collection.

The Colonnade Fabergé Egg in 1927 it was sold as one of 9 eggs to Emanuel Snowman of London antique dealer Wartski; 2 years later it was sold to Queen Mary of Teck and inherited by Queen Elizabeth II in it remains in the Royal Collection)

Climateer Investing: Egg Decorating: The Fabergé Blue Serpent Clock Egg

The Blue Serpent Clock Egg the first of the Imperial Fabergé eggs to feature a clock; currently owned by Prince Albert II, and is held in Monte Carlo, Monaco; before Mar 2014 it was mistaken for the Third Imperial Egg)

1895 Blue Serpent Clock Fabergé egg

Faberge Egg 1895 - "Blue Serpent Clock Egg" This egg is owned by Prince Albert II of Monaco. It is a functioning clock.

The Bay Tree Fabergé egg is a jeweled carved enameled Easter egg made in 1911 for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on April 12, 1911. Turning a tiny lever disguised as a fruit, hidden among the leaves of the bay tree, activates the hinged circular top of the tree and a feathered songbird rises and flaps its wings, turns its head, opens its beak and sings

The Quick 10: 10 Faberge Egg Surprises

Fabergé, Bay Tree Egg, Nicholas II to his mother Maria, (currently in Russia).

Peter Carl Fabergé - Peter the Great Egg     Faberge Egg                                                                     Peter Carl F...

The 1900 Cockerel Egg (originally Cukoo Clock Egg) was crafted by Peter Carl…

The Alexander III Equestrian Monument Egg, green gold, platinum, portrait diamond, rose-cut diamonds, lapis lazuli, rock crystal, 1910. Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna.The Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow

The Alexander III Equestrian Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II.

Images d'oeufs Fabergé

Swan Egg, Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Egg: Kept in Edouard & Maurice Sandoz Foundation, Lausanne, Switzerland.

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