A Fabergé egg is any one of the thousands of jeweled eggs made by the House of Fabergé from 1885 through 1917.
The eggs are made of precious metals or hard stones decorated with combinations of enamel and gem stones. The term "Fabergé egg" has become a synonym of luxury and the eggs are regarded as masterpieces of the jeweller's art.
A Fabergé egg (Russian: Яйца Фаберже́; yaytsa faberzhe) is one of a ... gold
Egg with Vacheron & Constantin watch stand...
The series of lavish Easter eggs created by Fabergé for the Russian Imperial
family, between 1885 and 1916, against an extraordinary historical backdrop, ...
Mar 20, 2014 ... A $14000 jumble sale find turned into millions of dollars for a man who'd been
thwarted in his attempts to turn a quick profit by selling the tiny ...
The First Imperial Easter Egg
In 1885 Fabergé won the Gold Medal at an exhibition in Nuremberg for his replicas of the antique treasures of Kerch. It reminded her of home and each year thereafter, a new egg
was commissioned by the Czar and created by Fabergé for the C... More »
Mar 18, 2014 ... Tsarina Maria Fedorovna was given the Fabergé egg by her ... It's a world of
diners and pick-up trucks, real blue-collar America, and he and his ...
Feb 25, 2015 ... ... egg for 99 years. Here we explain why Fabergé eggs are so expensive and so
loved by some collectors. ... Spotting a genuine Fabergé egg.
Apr 3, 2015 ... Over three decades Peter Carl Fabergé, a jobbing St Petersburg jeweller,
designed 50 glittering Easter eggs for the Russian tsars.
Mar 19, 2014 ... Independent Faberge expert Geza von Habsburg said the egg is "absolutely
genuine" and matches the one-line description found in records ...
But the original charge to the Czar for each of the Imperial eggs was very likely
well ... the most expensive things that the imperial family bought from Fabergé.