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(1) FABERGE eggs__Romanov 1913 Tercentenary Faberge Egg by yale. Lets face it. Faberge is timeless.

The Romanov Tercentenary Egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in for Tsar Nicholas II of Russia. It was presented by Nicolas II as an Easter gift to his wife, the Tsaritsa Alexandra Fyodorovna.

Imperial Faberge Egg - The ‘Fifteenth Anniversary’ Egg made in 1911 for Tsar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna    Made in 1911 for Tsar Nicholas II as an Easter gift to his wife, Tsarin...

The Fifteenth Anniversary Egg. A Faberge Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his wife the Empress Alexandra Feodorovna at Easter 1911

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.

Russian decorative egg made to commemorate the Coronation of  Nicholas  the second. Emperor of all the Russias.  Also shows members of the Romanov family.

Faberge egg with miniatures of the Imperial family and events associated with the Imperial Coronation in Moscow in May

Mosaic 1914. Gift from Nicholas II to his wife. currently owned by Queen Elizabeth II

1914 : "Mosaic Egg" Gift van Nicholas II to Alexandra Feodorovna Made in Saint Petersburg Owner: HM Queen Elizabeth II, England Height: cm (height miniature: cm)

The Cuckoo Clock Egg (or The Cockerel Clock Egg), gold, diamonds, natural feathers, pearls, ruby, 1900, Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. Svyaz' Vremyon Fund - Viktor Vekselberg Collection - Moscow

The Cuckoo (Cockerel) Egg. A Faberge Imperial Easter Egg presented by Tsar Nicholas II to his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna at Easter 1900

Fabergé: Standart Yacht Egg 1909. A gift of Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexander Fiodorovna, for Easter

Fabergé: Standart Yacht Egg A gift of Tsar Nicholas II to his wife Alexander Fiodorovna, for Easter

Egg made in 1913 by order of the Russian Emperor Nicholas II.

Egg- vase for sweets, made by the Imperial court jeweler Carl…

The Coronation Egg, varicoloured gold, diamonds, rock crystal, platinum, off-white velvet lining, 1897. Presented by Nicholas II to Tsarina Alexandra Fyodorovna. Svyaz' Vremyon Fund - Viktor Vekselberg Collection - Moscow. By Faberge

Carl Faberge "Coronation Egg" ,made in 1897 to commemorate the 1896 Coronation of Tsar Nicholas II.

(1) FABERGE eggs__Peter the Great Egg - is created by firm Faberge as Nikolay II Gift to the empress Alexander Fedorovne for Easter 1903.

FABERGE eggs__Peter the Great Egg - is created by firm Faberge as Nikolay II Gift to the empress Alexander Fedorovne for Easter

An exhibition of the Imperial Easter eggs: 1902.   EXCEEDINGLY RARE AND IMPORTANT   Imperial Presentation porcelain Easter egg with two-tone gilded double-headed eagle, made at the...

An Exceedingly Rare and Important Russian Imperial Presentation porcelain Easter egg with two-tone gilded double-headed eagle, Imperial Porcelain Factory in St. Petersburg, circa The Imperial eagle is flanked by two ribbon-tied silvered laurel branches.

The 19 Most Beautiful Fabergé Eggs for a Dream Easter Basket

The 19 Most Beautiful Fabergé Eggs for a Dream Easter Basket

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

The Friendship Egg (or Hoof Egg), 1890. Presented by Czarina Alexandra to one of her friends. Red gold, bowenite, diamonds, rubies and pearls. Kept in Forbes collection.

Fabergé -- The Friendship Egg -- AKA -- The Hoof Egg -- 1890 -- Workmaster: Mikail Perkhin (St. Petersburg) Presented by Czarina Alexandra to one of her friends. -- Belonging to The Forbes Collection.

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