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A Fabergé Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow

Who is Peter Carl Faberge? Story (and pictures) behind the Google doodle

A Fabergé Egg from the Kremlin Museum collection in Moscow

Faberge - The 1895 Blue Serpent Clock Egg http://www.mieks.com/faberge-en/1895_Blue_Serpent_Clock_Egg.htm

Faberge - The 1895 Blue Serpent Clock Egg http://www.mieks.com/faberge-en/1895_Blue_Serpent_Clock_Egg.htm

LOST EGG - The 'Mauve' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1897 for Tzar Nicholas II to give to his mother. It is one of the seven Imperial eggs whose whereabouts is unknown. This is pic of the miniature surprise closed.

LOST EGG - The 'Mauve' Faberge Egg ~ made in 1897 for Tzar Nicholas II to give to his mother. It is one of the seven Imperial eggs whose whereabouts is unknown. This is pic of the miniature surprise closed.

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.

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.

Fabergé Basket of Wild Flowers Imperial Easter Egg - 1901 - Workmaster Carl Fabergé

Fabergé Basket of Wild Flowers Imperial Easter Egg - 1901 - Workmaster Carl Fabergé

(via Vintage Music Box Faberge Egg | Faberge ~Cloisonne ~Enamel | Pinterest)

(via Vintage Music Box Faberge Egg | Faberge ~Cloisonne ~Enamel | Pinterest)

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Alexander Palace

Alexander Palace

Only known photograph of the "Danish Jubilee Egg", 1903 which disappeared after Russian Revolution. Believed to have been delivered to the Dowager Empress while she was in Copenhagen in 1903. Although she presumably brought it back to Russia on her return, there is the chance it may have remained behind with her parents.

Only known photograph of the "Danish Jubilee Egg", 1903 which disappeared after Russian Revolution. Believed to have been delivered to the Dowager Empress while she was in Copenhagen in 1903. Although she presumably brought it back to Russia on her return, there is the chance it may have remained behind with her parents.

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