Explore Fabrege Eggs, Egg Art, and more!

Karl Fabergé (1846-1920), the jeweller best known for his Imperial Easter eggs, fashioned exquisitely-crafted objects from precious metals and ­gemstones, primarily for the court of Russia’s last two tsars and European nobility. ❤❦♪♫

Imperial Fabergé Egg No. the Tsarevich Egg. Emperor Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. Bequeathed by Lillian Thomas Pratt to the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia.

Peter Carl Fabergé, Imperial Egg

Fabergé Eggs: Masterpieces from Czarist Russia

Cradle with Garlands Egg (or Love Trophy Egg) 1907 Presented by Nicholas II to Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

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Rose Trellis Faberge Egg, 1907 ~ presented by Nicholas II to Czarina Alexandra Fyodorovna -- Research indicates the surprise was a diamond chain with a watercolor miniature of the little Tsarevich Alexei, painted on ivory.

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Faberge Egg, 1914 Platinum, pearls, diamonds Russia

A mosaic Faberge Imperial Easter egg, from purchased by King George V for his wife, Queen Mary; originally commissioned by Tsar Nicholas II

Imperial Gatchina Palace Egg – Fabergé, 1901; workmaster, Mikhail Perkhin; crafted from gold, opalescent white enamel, silver-gilt, portrait diamonds, rock crystal, and seed pearls; 4 15/16 x 3 9/16 in. (12.5 x 9.1 cm); the egg opens to reveal the surprise a scaled model gold replica of the palace at Gatchina, the Dowager Empress's principal winter residence outside Saint Petersburg. It is one of two imperial Easter eggs held in the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

olga-the-white-rose-of-russia: “ The Kelch Bonbonniere Faberge Egg: “Every year from 1898 until 1904 Alexander Kelch ordered an Easter egg from Fabergé, modeled on the Imperial series, as a present.


Birch Egg 1917 , Carl Faberge had already fashioned the Birch Egg for the Dowager queen, Tsarina maria

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Instead of the Cadbury kind, here’s a look at a few bejeweled versions worth millions and millions.

Coronation Egg, gift from Tsar Nikolai II to his wife, 1897. The surprise is a reproduction of the carriage used by them at their coronation.

The Imperial Coronation Egg, Faberge. 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.

A mosaic Faberge egg is displayed at Buckingham Palace in London

Perfection, down to a tea: The Royal Family's private Fabergé collection goes on display in Buckingham Palace

The famous Romanov mosaic Fabergé egg with its tiny cut emeralds, rubies and diamonds