Based on an French mechanical orange tree, it was incorrectly labeled as an orange tree for some time, but was confirmed as a bay tree after the original invoice from Fabergé was examined. Rare photo of the bird inside the bay tree
Alexander's III portraits as known as egg of twelve monograms was created by Faberge in as a gift of emperor Nikolay II of mother, empress Maria Fyodorovna for Easter of Is stored in the Hillwood Museum, Washington, District of Columbia, USA.
The Heart Surprise Frame: Not an egg, but made by Faberge. Given by Czar Nicholas to his mother at Easter 1897. It pops open to reveal a green enamel clover with three leaves. Each leaf holds a picture. One is of Czar Nicholas, one of Alexandra and the third is of the infant Grand Duchess Olga, their first child.