Updated on: 4th Jan 2020
Origin: Russian Federation
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Imperial Coronation Egg

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Imperial Coronation Egg, photographed at an exhibition in Rome. (by Miguel Hermoso Cuesta)

Cockerel fabergé egg

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Cockerel Fabergé egg at Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia (by Testus) Русский: «Петушок» Яйца Фаберже

Twelve monogram (Fabergé egg)

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Twelve Monograms (Fabergé egg) at the Hillwood Museum & Gardens (by ctj71081)

Napoleonic egg

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The Napoleonic egg, sometimes referred to as the Imperial Napoleonic egg, is a Fabergé egg, one of a series of fifty-two jewelled eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé. It was created in 1912 for the last Tsar of Russia Nicholas II as a gift to his mother the Dowager Empress Maria Fyodorovna. The egg is part of the Matilda Geddings Gray collection of Faberge and currently resides in the Cheekwood Botanical Garden and Museum of Art in Nashville, Tennessee. (by Chuck Redden) Русский: Яйцо Фаберже Наполеоновское

Tsarevich (fabergé egg) and surprise 1912

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The Tsarevich Egg is a Fabergé egg, one in a series of fifty-two jewelled eggs made under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé. It was created in 1912 for Empress Alexandra Fyodorovna as a tribute by Faberge to her son the Tsarevich Alexis (Alexei). The egg currently resides in the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (by diaper)

Red Faberge egg

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Red Faberge egg (by Jo Zimny Photos)

Catherine the great easter egg

Grisaille (Catherine the great) Easter egg 1914 Attribution ShareAlike CC BY-SA-2.0Source

Also known as the "Catherine the Great Egg". The egg was made by Henrik Wigström, "Fabergé's last head workmaster". It was given to Maria Feodorovna by her son Nicholas II. Its surprise (now lost) was "a mechanical sedan chair, carried by two blackamoors, with Catherine the Great seated inside". (by P1040261)

Fabergé egg

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Imperial Easter egg "Renaissance" from the collection of the Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia. Русский: Императорское пасхальное яйцо-шкатулка "Ренессанс из коллекции Музея Фаберже в Санкт-(by Opsa)

Яйцо Курочка

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Imperial Easter egg "Kurochka" of the Faberge Museum in St. Petersburg (by Михаил Овчинников)

Danish Palaces Egg

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Danish Palaces Fabergé egg at Metropolitan Museum. The 10-panel screen with watercolor paintings of Danish palaces and imperial yachts is seen from behind. (by elrohir ancalin)

Memory of Azov Egg

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Memory of Azov Egg (1891) in Moscow Kremlin Armoury (by Stan Shebs)

Diamond trellis egg

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The Diamond Trellis Egg is a jewelled enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1892. The egg was made for Alexander III of Russia, who presented it to his wife, the Empress Maria Feodorovna. (by Randall Pugh)

Caucasus Fabergé egg

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Caucasus Fabergé egg at Metropolitan Museum (by elrohir ancalin)

Rosebud egg

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Imperial easter egg "Rosebud". Русский: Императорское пасхальное яйцо "Бутон розы" (by Михаил Овчинников)

Blue Serpent Clock (Fabergé egg)

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Blue Serpent Clock (Fabergé egg) by shakko

Bouquet of lilies clock

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Bouquet of lilies clock. «Часы (Букет лилий)», яйцо Фаберже. By shakko

Imperial rock crystal Easter egg with revolving miniatures (1896)

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Imperial rock crystal Easter egg with revolving miniatures (1896)

Lilies of the valley Fabergé egg

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Lilies of the Valley Fabergé egg photographed at an exhibition in Rome by (Miguel Hermoso Cuesta)

Pelican (fabergé egg)

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This Fabergé egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898. The egg was made for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on Easter 1898. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, US By (Chuck Redden - cropped)

Trans-Siberian Railway

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Trans-Siberian Railway Faberge Egg.. Worth a small fortune (Or maybe even a large one !) By greenacre8

Basket of flowers egg

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Basket of Flowers egg by Fabergé taken at the exhibition "Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs". The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland. By Jafd88

Gatchina palace egg

Gatchina palace egg 1901 Public DomainSource

Fabergé's revival of 18th-century enameling techniques, including the application of multiple layers of translucent enamel over "guilloché," or mechanically engraved gold, is demonstrated in the shell of the egg. When opened, the egg reveals a miniature replica of the Gatchina Palace, the Dowager Empress's principal residence outside St. Petersburg. So meticulously did Fabergé's workmaster, Mikhail Perkhin, execute the palace that one can discern such details as cannons, a flag, a statue of Paul I (1754-1801), and elements of the landscape, including parterres and trees. Continuing a practice initiated by his father, Alexander III, Tsar Nicholas II presented this egg to his mother, the dowager empress Marie Fedorovna, on Easter 1901. The egg opens to reveal as a surprise a miniature gold replica of the palace at Gatchina, located 30 miles southwest of St. Petersburg. Built for Count Grigorii Orlov, the palace was acquired by Tsar Paul I and served as the winter residence for Alexander III and Marie Fedorovna.

Gatchina palace egg (open)

Gatchina palace egg (open) Public DomainSource

Gatchina palace egg (open)

Clover leaf

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Clover leaf (by greenacre8)

An egg open egg 1902

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An egg open egg 1902 (by Academicien)

Peter The Great

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Peter The Great

Danish jubilee egg

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Faberge Egg "Danish Jubilee Egg". Disappeared after Russian Revolution

Moscow Kremlin Egg

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Moscow Kremlin Egg (by Stan Shebs) Русский: Московский Кремль. Фаберже

Modern replica of the swan egg

Modern replica of the Swan egg 1906 Public DomainSource

Modern replica of the swan egg (by Gryffindor)

Rose trellis 1907

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On April 22, 1907, Tsar Nicholas II presented this egg to his wife, Alexandra Fedorovna, to commemorate the birth of the tsarevich, Alexei Nicholaievich, three years earlier. Because of the Russo-Japanese War in 1904, no Imperial Easter eggs had been produced for two years. The egg contained as a surprise a diamond necklace and an ivory miniature portrait of the tsarevich framed in diamonds (now lost). Fabergé's invoice, dated April 21, 1907, listed the egg at 8,300 rubles.

Alexander palace egg 1908

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Alexander palace egg 1908 (by shakko) Яйцо Фаберже "Александровский дворец"

Standart yacht 1909

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Standart yacht 1909 (by shakko) Яйцо Фаберже "Яхта Штандарт"

In memory of alexander iii 1909

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Faberge Egg "In memory of Alexander III" 1909. Disappeared after Russian Revolution

Colonnade egg 1910

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Photo of the 1910 Colonnade Egg by Fabergé taken at the exhibition "Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs", The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland. 1910 (by Jafd88) Royal Collection, London, UK

Alexander iii equestrian 1910

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Alexander iii equestrian 1910 (by shakko) Яйцо Фаберже "Конный памятник Александру III"

Fifteenth anniversary 1911

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Fifteenth Anniversary egg at Fabergé Museum in Saint Petersburg, Russia To the left you can see the Museum of the Emperor Alexander III in Saint Petersburg, the Ceremonial Procession to the Uspensky Cathedral and the Opening of the Alexander III Bridge in Paris. To the right you can see the Emperor's daughter Grand Duchess Maria Nikolaevna of Russia, his son Tsarevich Alexei Nikolaievich of Russia and his youngest daughter Grand Duchess Anastasia Nikolaevna of Russia. The miniatures were made by court miniaturist Vasilii Zuiev. 1911 (by Derren Hodson)

The bay tree egg 1911

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The Bay Tree egg (also known as the Orange Tree egg) is a jewelled nephrite and enameled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1911, for Nicholas II of Russia who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, on 12 April 1911 (by Testus) «Пасхальное яйцо Лавровое дерево» Яйца Фаберже

Romanov tercentenary egg 1913

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Romanov tercentenary egg 1913 (by greenacre8)

Mosaic egg 1914

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Photo of the 1914 Mosaic egg by Fabergé taken at the exhibition "Russia, Royalty & the Romanovs", The Queen's Gallery, Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh, Scotland. (by Jafd88)

Red cross with triptych 1915

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Red cross with triptych 1915 (by Sailko) Metalware in the Cleveland Museum of Art

Red cross with imperial portraits 1915

Red cross with imperial portraits 1915 Attribution CC BY 2.0Source

The Red Cross with Imperial portraits egg (or the Imperial Red Cross Easter Egg) is a jewelled and enameled Easter egg made by Henrik Wigström (1862–1923) under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1915, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented the egg to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna, in the same year. (by Franco aq - altered)

Fabergé imperial easter eggs 1916 steel military

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Fabergé imperial easter eggs 1916 steel military (by madoa)

Order of st. george 1916

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The Faberge Easter egg "Order of St. George" photographed at an exhibition in Rome. 1916 (by Miguel Hermoso Cuesta)

Constellation faberge egg1917

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The Constellation Egg is one of two Easter eggs designed under the supervision of Peter Carl Fabergé in 1917, for the last Tsar of Russia, Nicholas II. It was the last Imperial Fabergé egg designed. It remains unfinished. (by shakko)

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