Fabergé eggs were created in Russia by Peter Carl Fabergé and his company between 1885 and 1917. As noted on the Fabergé website, the jeweled eggs were created for the Russian tsar...
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 limited
number of jeweled eggs created by Peter Carl Fa...
The series of lavish Easter eggs created by Fabergé for the Russian Imperial
family, between 1885 and 1916, against an extraordinary historical backdrop, ...
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 »
Fabergé Eggs: Mementos of a. Doomed Dynasty. Easter is the most ... the
inventive young Fabergé. Nicholas at death of .... Lilies of the Valley Faberge Egg
... elegant decorations, the Faberge egg. The first Faberge egg, or imperial egg,
was requested by Czar Alexander III as an Easter gift for his wife, Czarina Maria.
Mar 20, 2014 ... Lost Faberge egg discovered – The 8.2-centimeter (3.2-inch) Faberge egg is on
an elaborate gold stand supported by lion paw feet.
Apr 3, 2015 ... Remnants of a vanished past, Fabergé Easter eggs live on in museums and
collections across the world.
Mar 18, 2014 ... The Imperial Easter Egg was designed by Carl Fabergé for Tsar Alexander III in
1887 and seized by the Bolsheviks during the Russian ...