Where Do Faberge Eggs Come from?


The Faberge eggs originally came from Russia. They were jewelled eggs made by the House of Faberge from 1885 to 1917. They were mostly given as gifts during Easter celebrations of the orthodox faith in Russia to symbolize renewed life and hope.
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Fabergé eggs were started in Russia. They were large eggs that were decorated with jewels and gemstones and given as presents to those who were of royalty.
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Although Faberge constructed many eggs from gold, some eggs were made of precious stone or other metals. The Alexander Palace Egg, crafted in 1908, is made of jade, according to Brigham
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Faberge is named after Peter Carl
According to scientific theory, the egg had to come first because it was the result of DNA changes. More info here:
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