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The Royal Collection: HareCreator: Fabergé (jeweller) Creation Date:  c. 1907 Materials:  Chalcedony, rose diamonds Dimensions:  1.5 x 3.5 x 1.5 cm.

Fabergé hare, circa Chalcedony, with rose diamond eyes. Commissioned by King Edward VII, 1907 (the Sandringham Commission).

Fabergé rats and mice in the #RoyalCollection, most of which are hardstone set with diamond encrusted tails and ears. #Chalcedony, #diamonds

Fabergé rats and mice in the RoyalCollection, most of which are hardstone set with diamond encrusted tails and ears.

Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge (1846-1920). Mouse, 1886-1917. Citrine, diamonds. Brooklyn Museum

Mouse Maker: Workshop of Peter Carl Faberge, Medium: Citrine, diamonds Dates:

A Faberge hardstone carving of a tortoise, St. Petersburg, circa 1900 the small creature carved in pale green hardstone, probably beryl, the cabochon ruby eyes set in gold. Contained in original fitted red leather case. length 1 1/2 in. (3.8cm.)

A Faberge hardstone carving of a tortoise, St. Petersburg, circa 1900 the small creature carved in pale green hardstone, probably beryl, the cabochon ruby eyes set in gold. Contained in original fitted red leather case. length 1 in.

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.

A hardstone model of a bat Fabergé, circa 1900 of carved agate set with demantoid garnet eyes, depicted with wings splayed; in original fitted case with silk stamp for Petrograd.

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White rabbit A white chalcedony rabbit, seated on its haunches, with cabochon ruby eyes; possibly a study for the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland from a series designed by Fabergé but now lost.

White rabbit A white chalcedony rabbit, seated on its haunches, with cabochon ruby eyes; possibly a study for the White Rabbit from Alice in Wonderland from a series designed by Fabergé but now lost.

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