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Inspire: Faberge Eggs Rock crystal with golden horse and rider on a lapis lazuli base.

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1900 Trans-Siberian railway egg presented to Alexandra Feodorovna by Nicholas II. Silver band has engraved map of route of railway in Train runs when wound up by key. Now in the Kremlin Armoury, Moscow.

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Uova Fabergé AR

Karl Faberge.  sets of lapis lazuli into stars and rose cut diamonds. In the box marked  Faberge, St. Petersburg Moscow   by Rossini Maison de Ventes aux Enchères

Karl Faberge Egg with chased gold sets of lapis lazuli into stars and rose cut diamonds. In the box marked Faberge, St. Petersburg Moscow, H.

1916 Steel Military Egg (Steel Egg with Miniature Easel)  was a gift from Nicholas II to Alexandra Fyodorovna. The steel egg has gold patterns and is surrounded by a gold crown rests on four artillery shells.The surprise was a Miniature Easel displaying the Emperor Nicholas II and his son at the front. Currently the egg is at the Kremlin Armoury Museum, Moscow.

The 1916 Steel Military Egg, presented by Nicholas II to Empress Alexandra Feodorovna. The surprise was a miniature of Tsar Nicholas and his son Alexei at the war front. At the top of the easel is the ribbon and badge of the order of St.

Fabergé egg -Alexander III Equestrian, 1910

Faberge Egg: Hunt for 20 Million Imperial Easter Egg Finally Over

One of two eggs ordered by Emperor Nikolay II in 1895 as a present, this one - for his mother Maria Feodorovna. The egg is known as The Egg-Clock With A Blue Snake, was created in the traditions of Frit porcelain factory at Sèvres, France. The snake is stationary and performs as an hour hand. Today the egg is kept by Albert II, reigning monarch of the Principality of Monaco, and head of the Princely House of Grimaldi.

Blue Serpent Clock Egg, Presented by Alexander III to Czarina Maria Fyodorovna. Kept in Prince Ranieri II of Monaco Collection.

The 1900 Cockerel Egg (originally Cukoo Clock Egg) was crafted by Peter Carl Fabergé in his set of 50 Fabergé Eggs. The egg was given by Tsar Nicholas II to Epress Maria Feodoronova as a gift. The egg has a mechanism on the top rear that enables its bird to come out and move

The 1900 Cockerel Egg (originally Cukoo Clock Egg) was crafted by Peter Carl…

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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.

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

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

The famous mosaic Fabergé egg with its tiny cut emeralds, rubies and diamonds 1982

27 (1903) Het Royal Danish ei. (Zoek) De foto is van een kopie in porselein. Goud, diamanten en email. De surprise is een dubbelzijdig portret van koning Christiaan IX en Koningin Louise.

Danish Jubilee Egg Date 1903 Presented by Tsar Nikolai II to his Mother Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna

Image of 'Faberge egg. Isolated on black.'

Editorial image of 'Faberge egg. Isolated on black.

The 'Blue Serpent Clock' Faberge Egg, crafted in 1887 for Tsar Alexander III.  It is the first of the "Imperial" Eggs to feature a working clock.  This egg and one other (the 'First Hen' Egg) are the only  known surviving Imperial eggs from the 1880's.   This egg is currently owned by Prince Albert II of Monaco.

Faberge Egg 1895 - "Blue Serpent Clock Egg" This egg is owned by Prince Albert II of Monaco. It is a functioning clock.

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