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1. The Tequila Express A meticulously restored 1927 vintage rail car, to be exact. Only 2,000 of its kind were ever made. The train is privately owned by John Paul DeJoria, founder of Patrón Spirits Company. Notable folks like Franklin D. Roosevelt, Huey P. Long, and Clark Gable were passengers aboard the train. The car doesn’t…

Faberge Eggs - History and List of The Most Expensive Russian Imperial - InnovatoDesign

Faberge egg, an ornamented egg made by the famous house of Faberge. The number of Faberge eggs are not exactly known for some are untraced or of unknown location. The only itemized and most popular Faberge eggs are made for the Romanov Imperial family. There are fifty imperial eggs, the last two pieces are unfinished due to the start of World War I. The confiscated Imperial Faberge eggs were hidden and listed in the Armory Museum of Kremlin. Faberge Peter Carl Faberge is considered the…

Faberge egg in the shape of a globe with a model of a ship inside (columbus'?). (Photo by: Sovfoto/UIG via Getty Images)

Instead of the Cadbury kind, here’s a look at a few bejeweled versions worth millions and millions.

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The exquisite new Pearl Egg is the first Imperial Fabergé egg to be created since 1917.

The new bejewelled Fabergé egg was created in collaboration with the Al-Fardan family of pearl merchants and is inspired by the formation of a pearl.

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A Fabergé egg is the artifact at the center of The Zanzibar Marketplace Job. In the story, Maggie Collins, Nate's ex-wife, is accused of stealing a highly enameled blue Faberge egg from the Kiev Museum of Art. The team must work with their arch-nemesis, James Sterling, to rescue Maggie and return the egg to the museum. So named because they were crafted by the House of Fabergé in St. Petersburg, Fabergé eggs are highly valued artworks made in two sizes: large eggs typically made as Easter…

Everyone has heard of the famous Fabergé eggs. But why are they so famous? The answer surely lies in where the eggs came from (and, no, they didn’t come from the Easter bunny). Celebrating its “rebirth” at Baselworld 2015, Fabergé introduced the first egg of the new era as a unique pieceand is calling the incredible Pearl Egg “the first egg created in the ‘imperial class' since 1917.”

Many have heard of the famous Fabergé eggs. But why are they so famous? The answer surely lies in where the eggs came from (and, no, they didn’t come from the Easter bunny). Celebrating its “rebirth” at Baselworld 2015, Fabergé introduced the first egg of the new era as a unique pieceand is calling the incredible Pearl Egg “the first egg created in the ‘imperial class' since 1917.”

Faberge Egg Collection at Kremlin Museum Pictures | Getty Images

A Faberge Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow, Russia, March 2001. The eggs were first designed in 1884 by the artist Peter Carl Faberge who gave one to a Russian czar who then gave it...