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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

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.

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Peter Carl Fabergé, Imperial Egg

Fabergé Eggs: Masterpieces from Czarist Russia

Cradle with Garlands Egg (or Love Trophy Egg) 1907 Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna


wn Egg before 4 colors of gold (pink, yellow, green, very light green) and white gold (or platinum? 340 diamonds carats in total); Kept in Ottawa, Canada (private collection).

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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)


Jewelry Box Peacock

Fabergé box "Peacock" - this one is a pink peacock on a deep red oval box.

Fabergé Miniatures of the Imperial Coronation Regalia, St. Petersburg, C. Fabergé's Company. 1900, State Hermitage Museum

Faberge Miniatures of the Imperial Coronation Regalia, St. Petersburg, C. Faberge’s Company. The State Hermitage Museum of St.

The Friendship Egg (or Hoof Egg), 1890. Presented by Czarina Alexandra to one of her friends. Red gold, bowenite, diamonds, rubies and pearls. Kept in Forbes collection.

Fabergé -- The Friendship Egg -- AKA -- The Hoof Egg -- 1890 -- Workmaster: Mikail Perkhin (St. Petersburg) Presented by Czarina Alexandra to one of her friends. -- Belonging to The Forbes Collection.

The Faberge "Yussopov  Watch" manufactured by imperial jeweler Carl Faberge in 1907. Belonged to Zinaida Yusupov. Now stored in the Fund of Edward Maurice, Switzerland.

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The Duchess of Marlborough (or Pink Serpent) Egg. 1902 St. Petersburg. This egg was purchased by American-born heiress Consuelo Vanderbilt, Duchess of Marlborough and niece to Biltmore Estate's creator, George Washington Vanderbilt, on the occasion of the visit to Russia in 1902 of the duke and duchess of Marlboro.  The only Easter Egg to have been commissioned from Fabergé by an American, is inspired by a Louis XVI clock with revolving dial.

FABERGE eggs__"Duchess of Marlborough Egg 1902 (or Pink Serpent) Egg 2002 acquired by Victor Vekselberg of Russia.

Lost Faberge Imperial Eggs: Hen with Sapphire Pendant (1886); Cherub with Chariot Egg (1888); Necessaire Egg (1889);

The Royal Danish egg (also known as the Danish Jubilee egg), One of eight Fabergé eggs that are currently lost, it is one of two eggs whose existence is known only from a single photograph.

A Faberge gem-set, gold, and guilloche enamel frame, workmaster Victor Aarne, St. Petersburg, circa 1899-1908. The domed frame on bracket feet enameled in pale translucent green enamel over a radiating engine-turned ground, the mine-cut diamond oval aperture surrounded by applied three-color gold chased floral swags and cascades accented by cabochon rubies.

FABERGE Diamond Set Enamel Frame, Victor Aarne

A Faberge gem-set, gold, and guilloche enamel frame, workmaster Victor Aarne…