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The 'Steel Military' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1916 as a gift from Czar Nicholas II to his wife.  The 'Steel' egg is surmounted by a gold crown and rests on four artillery shells.  1916 was the year Faberge had to close his workshop because all his craftsmen were on the front lines of the war.  There were no materials to work with (gold & silver were forbidden to be used by jewelers) so he created the egg from steel and copper.  Faberge himself delivered the egg to the Tsarina on Easter Eve ~ it…

1916 Steel Military Egg for Alexandra - Kremlin Armory Museum, Moscow.

The Mauve egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on April 18, 1897.[citation needed] One of seven eggs which are currently lost, Fabergé billed Nicholas II for the egg, described as a "mauve enamel egg, with 3 miniatures" on May 17, 1897 for 3,250 rubles.

The Mauve egg is a jewelled Easter egg made under the supervision of the Russian jeweller Peter Carl Fabergé in 1898, for Nicholas II of Russia, who presented it to his mother, the Dowager Empress Maria Feodorovna on April 18, 1897.[citation needed] One of seven eggs which are currently lost, Fabergé billed Nicholas II for the egg, described as a "mauve enamel egg, with 3 miniatures" on May 17, 1897 for 3,250 rubles.

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There, you will find a variety of Style Faberge eggs - real quail, duck and goose eggs - gorgeously crafted as treasure boxes, music boxes and perfume bottles.

Music Playing Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a por KerenKopal

Music Playing Blue Faberge Egg Trinket Box with a Pearl on Top Handmade by Keren Kopal Decorated with Swarovski Crystals

Surprise Mauve Heart Egg with Miniatures:  1897  Owner: The Link of Times Foundation, Russia

Surprise Mauve Heart Egg with Miniatures: 1897 Owner: The Link of Times Foundation, Russia

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FORGET ME NOT BLUE DECORATED EGG, for the Russian Imperial Court by fabergé

"Forget Me Not" blue decorated egg, for the Russian Imperial Court by Fabergé.

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