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Peter Carl Fabergé Imperial Egg - Alexander Palace - 1908. Not all Faberge eggs are imperial. There are about 50 true imperial eggs, the ones which the emperors presented either to his wife or mother. Some of them are disappeared. Apart from these, Faberge made other eggs to non-royal families (Kelch, Yussupov, Rothschild etc). They're not imperial eggs
"Peter the Great Egg", from 1903. The egg shell features four miniature watercolors. Each of the miniatures is covered by rock crystal. Below each painting are enamel ribbons with inscriptions. "The Emperor Peter the Great, born in 1672, founding St. Petersburg in 1703", "The first little house of the Emperor Peter the Great in 1703", "The Emperor Nicholas II born in the 1868 ascended the throne in 1894" and "The Winter Palace of His Imperial Majesty in 1903."