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.
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.
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.