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Renaissance Egg 1894 (open) - Made by Michael Perchin under Faberge supervision -The surprise is lost, but it has been speculated that the surprise was pearls

Faberge Renaissance Egg, part of the collection bought by Victor Vekselberg

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Faberge Renaissance Egg 1894 From from Empress Maria to Tzar Alexander III

The Tsarevich Egg, presented to Empress Alexandra to commemorate Tsarevich Alexei’s recovery from his nearly fatal hemophilia attack in 1912

Faberge Imperial "Tsarevich Egg" - Easter gift of Nicholas II to his wife, Alexandra, 1912 - with a miniature portrait of Prince Alexei Romanov - Peabody Essex Museum has a fantastic exhibit on Faberge right now!

Royal CollectionAntique Frame

Rectangular frame of red gold; formed by gold and white enamel rods set with pearls and entwined with chased gold floral garlands, pink guilloche sunburst.

Fabergé frame in three-colour gold, light blue guilloché enamel, half pearls, and ivory, 1908, with a photograph of King George V. Acquired by Queen Mary, consort of George V.

Fabergé Frame with a photograph of King George V 1896 - 1908 Three-colour gold, guilloché enamel, half pearls, ivory

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George Egg - Presented by Tsar Nicholas II to the Dowager Empress Marie Feodorovna on Easter 1916

VAJÍČKO DVANÁCT MONOGRAMŮ (1896) - Vnitřek vajíčka je vyložen sametem, ovšem překvapení je bohužel ztraceno. S největší pravděpodobností šlo o skládací miniaturní rám s miniaturními portréty zemřelého cara Alexandra III. na slonovinovém podkladu. Od tohoto okamžiku existují dvě vajíčka každý rok, jedno pro manželku cara Mikuláše II. carevnu Alexandru Fjodorovnu a jedno pro vdovu carevnu Marii Fjodorovnu, matku Mikuláše II.

Fabergé, Twelve Monograms Egg, Tsar Nicholas II presented it to his mother, Empress Marie Feodorovna.

Faberge Imperial Egg showing an enameled portrait of Nicholas II.

House of Fabergé, Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster, Imperial Peter the Great Easter Egg, 1903

The third daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Princess Maud (1869–1938) married Prince Charles of Denmark in 1896. He became King Haakon VII of Norway in 1905. This photograph, taken in the late 1890s, is set into an oval gold frame by Fabergé, with blue guilloché enamel and alternate gold bands of laurel leaves surmounted by a ribbon cresting, workmaster Michael Perchin, c. 1895.

The third daughter of King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, Princess Maud married Prince Charles of Denmark in He became King Haakon VII of Norway in

Faberge - The 1895 Blue Serpent Clock Egg http://www.mieks.com/faberge-en/1895_Blue_Serpent_Clock_Egg.htm

The Blue Serpent Clock Egg the first of the Imperial Fabergé eggs to feature a clock; currently owned by Prince Albert II, and is held in Monte Carlo, Monaco; before Mar 2014 it was mistaken for the Third Imperial Egg)

The Imperial Coronation Egg, 1897.  The egg was made to commemorate the 1896 Coronation of Czar Nicholas II. The valuable piece of Russian history was then presented as a gift to his spouse, the Tsaritsa, Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna.

The Imperial Coronation Egg, commissioned from Peter Carl Fabergé in 1897 by Tsar Nicholas II to commemorate his coronation.The miniature carriage was a replica of the actual carriage used by the tsar.

Fabergé photograph frame, workmaster Henrik Wigström, circa 1910. Inspired by a two-sided Louis XVI fire screen, one side contains a photograph of Tsar Nicholas II and the other of his Empress, Alexandra Feodorovna. This was a gift from the Tsar to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Fedorovna. The gold and platinum frame is enamelled white and seed pearls are set round the oval bezels. The whole is embellished with floral swags in multi-coloured gold.

Fire Screen Frame by Faberge, workmaster Henrik Wigstrom, assay mark of St. Petersburg c Photo courtesy of the Houston Museum of Natural Science

1908. Huevo del Palacio Alejandro

Alexander Palace Egg Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra…

FABERGE JEWELRY - one of the most rare masterpieces of Faberge's workshop - a jewel parrot made of chalcedony, gold, and enamel in 1896-1903.  As many other masterpieces was sold by Christie's in 2009. Was estimated ~ 50,000 USD

One of the most rare masterpieces of Fabergé's workshop - a jewelled parrot made of chalcedony, gold, and enamel, Russia

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