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cynical-romantic: “ Fabergé Egg 1903 Peter The Great Egg Gift: Nicholas II to Alexandra Fyodorovna Owner: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, USA Height: ”

Faberge eggs represents a decadent and imperial Russia from another time. Faberge is legendary for his jewel encrusted eggs but he started out as a jeweler and also created tableware. Faberge was officially named the Russian court's goldsmith. The Faberge eggs come from a russian tradition of giving easter eggs.

Peter Carl Faberge: Russian Jeweler named supplier to the Russian Imperial Court in He made 54 Imperial Faberge eggs for the Tzars Alexander III and Nicholas II.

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Imperial Czarevich Easter Egg, showing the surprise of a diamond encrusted frame with a photo of the young czarevich - Peter Carl Fabergé. Lapis Lazuli, gold, diamonds, Platinum or silver.

Peter Carl Faberge Eggs | Mistähän näitä tulee, tuoko ehkä pääsiäispupu.

Imperial Faberge eggs created by Carl Faberge. Easter was a very important time…

"Peter the Great Egg", from 1903. The egg shell features four miniature watercolors. Each of the miniatures is covered by rock crystal. Below each painting are enamel ribbons with inscriptions. "The Emperor Peter the Great, born in 1672, founding St. Petersburg in 1703", "The first little house of the Emperor Peter the Great in 1703", "The Emperor Nicholas II born in the 1868 ascended the throne in 1894" and "The Winter Palace of His Imperial Majesty in 1903."

House of Fabergé, Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster, Imperial Peter the Great Easter Egg, (photo: Katherine Wetzel. © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts)

Peter Carl Faberge's Eggs  I love the one with the flowers


Also known as Karl Faberge Gustavovich in Russia. The best of Peter Carl Faberge's exquisite eggs.

The Dowager (or Imperial Pelican) Fabergé Egg

Faberge - The 1898 Pelican Egg - Mikhail Perkhin and Johannes Zehngraf for Fabergé, Imperial Pelican Easter Egg,


A Faberge Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow, Russia, March The eggs were first designed in 1884 by the artist Peter Carl Faberge who gave one to a Russian czar who then gave it to his wife as an Easter gift.