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"Forget Me Not" blue decorated egg, for the Russian Imperial Court by Fabergé.

The Twilight Egg (or The Night Egg), other Eggs, lapis lazuli, gold, diamonds, moonstone, paillons, enamel, carving, 1917. The back of the egg is set with a lapis lazuli Romanov Eagle, carved in relief above the date, 1917, inlaid in engraved gold, it was possibly made for a member of the Imperial Family. Private Collection

Faberge 'The Twilight Egg (or 'The Night Egg'), The back of the egg is set with a lapis lazuli Romanov Eagle, carved in relief above the date, inlaid in engraved gold; it was possibly made for a member of the Imperial Family.

Beautiful Fabrege Egg.  Again with the Gold!

It is known that worthy pieces of jewelry require time, and so there is a story that is for each Faberge egg needed a whole year to make and that is in the making of miniature details involved more than one master.

Faberge Big Egg Hunt

2014 Faberge Big Egg Hunt: Untitled Egg by Beth Katleman for Todd Merrill, in sky blue and white porcelain, acrylic and fiberglass

Faberge Egg ring box

This is not an Imperial Fabergé, Easter Egg. It looks like a tea strainer.

Exquisite and Rare Music Boxes, Singing Birds, Mechanical Birds, Faberge Imperial Musical Eggs, Antique Music Boxes

Exquisite and Rare Music Boxes, Singing Birds, Mechanical Birds, Faberge Imperial Musical Eggs, Antique Music Boxes

1885 First Faberge Easter egg crafted Carl Faberge makes his first gold Imperial Easter Egg for Tsar Alexander III. Named The Hen Egg, it was commissioned as a gift from the Tsar to his wife, the Empress Maria Fedorovna, beginning a tradition that lasts until 1917.

Today, were admiring this replica of the first Faberge Easter egg crafted for Tsar Alexander III in Like this if you agree!

Faberge Pendants

Image detail for -Russian Jewelry at The Russian Shop (Faberge egg pendant necklaces)

Silver & Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a Clock by KerenKopal

Silver & Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a Clock

A Fabergé Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow

Who is Peter Carl Faberge? Story (and pictures) behind the Google doodle

A Faberge Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow, Russia, (Photo by Laski Diffusion/East News/Liaison)

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The Fabergé Lapis Lazuli Hen Egg. The yolk opens to reveal a miniature diamond Imperial crown, with a ruby pendant suspended inside it. Now in the India Early Minshall Collection in the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland.

Pink Fabrege egg with ruby cabochons

Tzars of Russia Faberge Eggs authentic romanov era faberge egg.

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Faux Faberge Romanov Egg Box at Maison Russe The Russian Shop

By Theo Fabergé (London, 26 September 1922 - 20 August 2007) was the grandson of Peter Carl Fabergé.

By Theo Fabergé (London, 26 September 1922 - 20 August was the grandson of Peter Carl Fabergé.

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