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HUEVO PALACIO DE ALEXANDER CERRADO

Imperial Fabergé Egg No. the Alexander Palace Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The egg is set with portraits of the five children, framed in diamonds. The surprise is a detailed, removable miniature model of the Alexander Palace.

Fabrege Jeweled Imperial Egg

Fabergé Alexander Palace Imperial Easter Egg - 1908 - Workmaster: Henrik Wigström - Mlle This is one of the ones they had on view at a show in Vegas.so pretty and detailed in person.

1908. Huevo del Palacio Alejandro

Alexander Palace Egg Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra…

Fabergé, Art - Faberge Eggs, Boxes, Jewelry, Ornaments & More

Fabergé Egg w' Enamel/Cloisonne Decoration in Pretty Pastels of a Swan, & some Foliage as well as a few small round Gems (poss Amethyst) set into the Egg

Minishka Egg

Minishka Egg

The Emerald Collection Faberge-Style Enameled Minishka Egg Design

Given to Queen Mary by her children (David, Bertie, Elizabeth, Mary and Harry Lascelles, Harry, George, Toria, Maud and Charles), Christmas 1927

Egg, cream guilloché enamel set with diamond band around centre, upper section with ribbon swags, lower section with heart trophies, all set with rubies and.

loveisspeed.......: Carl Faberge Eggs..

George Egg - 1916 - by Fabergé - Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter 1916 - Mlle.

Faberge Egg - Imperial Fifteenth Anniversary

Fifteenth Anniversary Egg, Presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra…

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 to his wife as an Easter gift. The wife loved it so much that she ordered them to be made each year for Easter. Faberge's primary source of inspiration for the designs came from historical artworks...

A Faberge Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow, Russia, March The eggs were first designed in 1884 by the artist Peter Carl Faberge

Franklin Mint House of Faberge egg music box, "The Peter Carl Faberge 150 Anniversary Imperial Egg Fountain of Jewels". Crafted of sterling silver with 24KT gold accents, white sapphires and blue guilloche. The top opens to reveal a fountain with clear and blue crystal drops and the waltz "The Blue Danube" plays. Original paperwork included. 6 3/4" H.

Franklin Mint House of Faberge egg music box, "The Peter Carl Faberge

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